Synonyms & Antonyms : Wane
( Verb )
After his defeat in the election, his reputation started to wane.
Public interest in this issue seems to have abated.
The idealism had become totally atrophied.
The government has decreased the size of grants.
His strength has diminished over the years.
Their savings have dwindled away to almost nothing.
His influence was already lessening.
The gulmohar trees are in full blossom.
He was brightened up when he heard the good news.
The plot for the novel gradually developed well.
A tyre expands when we pump air into it.
You must invest more money if you want your business to grow.
Her health is gradually improving.
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