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use "fade" in a sentence

Hilary wanted to know whether the coziness would fade to isolation.

I still tend to think his appeal will fade, but it could take a while.

Could it be that the power of invoking Reagan is beginning to fade - even if only a bit?

The Conservatives have also seen their support increase as memories of the provincial vote fade.

Many passersby react to the opera with a momentary perplexity that seems to fade as they walk on.

I love the silhouetted tree line that grounds the frame and how the color seems to fade from there.

And sure, we’ve all had small things in a relationship that bugged us and that we thought would fade.

He always creates tension in our meetings, and then tries to fade into the background when arguments break out.

Mears began to pull away, and Michael's hopes for victory began to fade.

Bertrand Russell once suggested that religion is something left over from the infancy of our intelligence, it will fade away as we adopt reason and science as our guidelines.

The paint is starting to fade on the outside wall.

Yves St-Laurent once remarked that fashions fade, but style is eternal.

Yves St-Laurent once remarked that fashions fade, but style is eternal.

Sathya Sai Baba once said, "Bury bad thoughts under good ones. Then the bad ones will just fade away, and be forgotten."

The flower lacks petals but has pink petallike sepals which fade white with age.

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