dwindle 1Dwindle is a verb that, depending on how it is used within a sentence, portrays the deduction of something overtime. Steadily or gradually become smaller or less. Cause to shrink.

Examples:

  1. Lack of exercise and a unhealthy diet eventually ‘dwindles’ your health.
  2. As the day goes on our energy ‘dwindles’ away, that’s why it is good to maximise your productivity earlier in the day.
  3. The level of intellect in our society has ‘dwindled’ compared to previous generations.



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