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fade

verb abate, becoming, blanch, bleach, blench, cease, cloud, decay, decline, decrease, degenerate, deteriorate, die, die out, dim, diminish, disappear, discolor, dissolve, drop off, ebb, etiolate, evaporate, fail, faint, falloff, flag, flicker, grow dimmer, grow duller, languish, lessen, let up, lose brightness, lose luster, neutralize, pale, perish, reduce, sag, shrivel, sink, slacken, subside, taper off, tarnish, tone down, turn colorless, turn dull, vanish, wane, wash out, waste away, weaken, wilt, wither
See also: decay, depart, disappear, dissipate, languish, perish, tarnish
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Changes to the terms of the full and unconditional guarantee from the Spanish government could affect the ratings of FADE bonds.
Fade Media, LLC is a digital marketing firm located in Houston, Texas.
This song makes my ears bleed,"Ceis just one of the messages Fade received from punters not quite as enamoured with the two-minute tune.
Fade to Black Volume II will be available in sixpacks and kegs.
Usually deep fades result in long periods at minimum brightness, but we can never be sure just when this minimum will end, and if it does appear to, whether it will fade again quickly, as it did in the 1960s.
XROSS FADE also features a USB recording function, enabling users to save mixing sessions in MP3 format to a USB device, and an interface and two scroll wheel mechanisms for navigation.
A fade shot is the opposite - the ball starts slightly left of target, curving right at the end of its flight.
Most inkjet prints are designed to fade very uniformly.
This will give him plenty of room to run the fade route.
In fact, because these jets form and fade over just a few years, they can serve as a Rosetta stone for deciphering the evolution of quasars, which would take thousands of generations of astronomers to directly observe.
A tilt-pour furnace has been used to successfully control magnesium fade in treated ductile iron, significantly increasing pouring line productivity.