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How to use the word dwindled in a Sentence?

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Chris Cuomo has regularly spoken with Governor Cuomo by telephone over the past week and advised his brother to resign, said two people who requested anonymity to describe sensitive private conversations, the anchor concluded last week that his brother could not survive the political maelstrom, as the governor’s longtime allies abandoned him and support in the Democratic establishment dwindled, the people said.

The New York Times

Found on FOX News
2 months ago

Opinion

There's nothing much you can do when that happens, everything kind of dwindled. It didn't fade for me, I just had to backpaddle a little bit.

Paulo Batista

Found on CNN
8 months ago

Top News

It saved my life, id dwindled to the point of my lungs, liver, kidneys, and heart, all going into organ failure, multi-system organ failure.

Ryan Padgett

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

Health

Id dwindled to the point of my lungs, liver, kidneys, and heart, all going into organ failure, multi-system organ failure.

Ryan Padgett

Found on FOX News
1 year ago

Health

Smartphone improvements are becoming... evolutionary rather than revolutionary, the first-time pool of smartphone buyers in China has also dwindled significantly.

Kenny Liew

Found on CNN
2 years ago

Top News

Yuma became the ‘proof of concept’ that America can protect and control its border when the proper mix of resources are placed almost instantaneously, by 2008, Yuma Sector arrests of illicit border crossers and traffickers had dwindled from over 138,000 to 8,363.

Ronald Colburn

Found on FOX News
4 years ago

Politics

At one point, Bernie Madoff cornered the hot chocolate market, bernie Madoff bought up every package of Swiss Miss from the commissary and sold Swiss Miss for a profit in the prison yard. Bernie Madoff monopolized hot chocolate ! Bernie Madoff made Swiss Miss so that if you wanted any, you had to go through Bernie Madoff. Bernie Madoff, once the Nasdaq chairman, used Bernie Madoff reputation and savvy to dupe sophisticated investors, regulators and Wall Street banks. Bernie Madoff confessed in December 2008 that Bernie Madoff was running a multi decade Ponzi scheme and that more than $ 65 billion Bernie Madoff claimed to have on hand for investors had dwindled to a few hundred million dollars from an original investment of about $ 20 billion. Bernie Madoff pleaded guilty to fraud and is serving a 150-year prison sentence in Butner, N.C. Fishman reportedly hosts an Audible series called.

Steve Fishman

Found on FOX News
4 years ago

U.S.

The population has dwindled to almost nothing. Options were only holding on.

John Kilduff

Found on Reuters
5 years ago

Energy

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