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dwindling, dwindling awayadjective
a becoming gradually less
"there is no greater sadness that the dwindling away of a family"
dwindling, tapering, tapering offadjective
gradually decreasing until little remains
that is declining
There is dwindling support for New Labour
The numerical value of dwindling in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of dwindling in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Examples of dwindling in a Sentence
Senate President Bukola Saraki:
The dwindling oil revenue has brought enormous shock to our economy and greatly limited the capacity of government at various levels to meet even basic commitments, our country has gone through periods of recession in the past. What we face today is however unprecedented in ramification and potential gravity.
Even if you as trader making profit everyday in stock market, yet your bank account will not show rise in your balance money and rather it will keep on dwindling. Wondering why ? Because your stock broker is stealing by manipulating your account statement
It's like we've been born again and finally feel some hope, we were thrown into the street just before we could take our pension. We have been through so much. The new government faces an immediate cash shortage, with a dwindling primary surplus, upcoming loan repayments, and limits on the money it can raise using treasury bill auctions. Megan Greene, chief economist at Manulife Asset Management, said the government will be unable to afford to run its day-to-day operations and pay back debt that falls due in March in the absence of additional cash from international creditors.
She was dwindling away. She'd been slowly dying for three months.
Commodity prices so weak suggest dwindling global growth.
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