English words and Examples of Usage

use "diminish" in a sentence

If I start picking favorites early, I don't want to diminish any of them.

But some of that caution is beginning to diminish a little bit," Baur said.

As we noted in our statement, slack in the labor market continues to diminish.

Neighbors say four years of noisy traffic will diminish their quality of life.

Sure there will be folks in the cheap seats who will dismiss or try to diminish us.

However, it does not seek to diminish the Anzac contribution nor airbrush the campaign.

The wetlands also helped diminish nitrous oxide emissions, a potent greenhouse gas.

To say much more about what's in store for Kolya would diminish the impact of "Leviathan."

The measure aims to diminish enrollment by as much as 30 percent, or 1,860 students, she said.

Please note that as any normal working human, my fears develop, grow and diminish on daily basis.

Routine prescriptions of antibiotics after surgery have helped diminish the potency of the drugs.

His return to politics may diminish Sirisena's hopes of electing a new parliament cooperative to him.

"Sir Tim has apologised for his remarks, and in no way do they diminish his reputation as a scientist.

A Saudi-led offensive, which began in March, aims to diminish the military capabilities of the Houthis.

The risk of such a move is that it could diminish the value of the currency.

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