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1. Diminish definition is - to make less or cause to appear less

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2. How to use Diminish in a sentence

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3. Synonym Discussion of Diminish.

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4. Some common synonyms of Diminish are abate, decrease, dwindle, lessen, and reduce

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5. While all these words mean "to grow or make less," Diminish emphasizes a perceptible loss and implies its subtraction from a total

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6. His visual acuity has Diminished When is abate a more appropriate choice than Diminish?

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7. To Diminish is to become smaller, fewer, or less, as in If we don’t order more, our stock of supplies will slowly Diminish until we run out completely

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8. It can also mean to make smaller, fewer, or less, as in We need to Diminish our reliance on fossil fuels

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9. Close synonyms of these senses of Diminish

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10. Diminish - A blend of diminue, "speak disparagingly," and minish, "reduce in amount, degree, influence, power." See also related terms for reduce

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11. Find 87 ways to say Diminish, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.

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12. Diminish means to make smaller or lesser

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13. If you cover a lightbulb with a dark lamp shade, the light from the lamp will Diminish. It can also mean become less important

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14. Depression is marked by a pervasive feeling of sadness, guilt, thoughts of death, dread, and despair, as well as physical symptoms such as a Diminished appetite and difficulty with sleep

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15. [Middle English Diminishen, blend of diminuen, to lessen (from Old French diminuer, from Latin dīminuere, variant of dēminuere : dē-, de- + minuere, to lessen) and minishen, to reduce (from Old French minuiser, from Vulgar Latin *minūtiāre, from Latin minūtia, smallness, from minūtus, small, from past participle of minuere); see mei- in Indo-European roots.]

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16. Diminish is a crossword puzzle clue

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17. Diminish is a crossword puzzle clue that we have spotted over 20 times

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18. 'Diminish' is a 8 letter word starting with D and ending with H Crossword clues for 'Diminish' Clue Answer; Diminish (4) WANE: Decline in power (4) Diminish gradually (4) Become less full, as the moon (4) Grow smaller (4) (Of moon) grow smaller (4) Gradually decrease (4) Decline, as in popularity (4)

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19. Nouns for Diminish include Diminisher, Diminishers, Diminishing, Diminishings, Diminishment and Diminishments

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20. Diminished is an adjective that means made or having become smaller, fewer, or less

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21. A Diminished interest is one that has lessened. Diminished

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22. Diminish -- Find potential answers to this crossword clue at crosswordnexus.com

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23. To reduce or be reduced in size or importance: [ I ] The threat of inflation is Diminishing. [ T ] A single-payer system would Diminish the bureaucratic cost of health care.

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24. Definition to make or become smaller, fewer, or less Federalism is intended to Diminish the power of the central state.

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25. With these methods, needing not more than twenty minutes three times a day, the ataxic symptoms sometimes rapidly Diminish

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26. It has, furthermore, been proved that the absorptive property of substances increases as their reflecting qualities Diminish.

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27. Diminish - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions

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28. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Diminish⇒ vi intransitive verb: Verb not taking a direct object--for example, "She jokes." "He has arrived." (decrease) disminuir⇒ vi verbo intransitivo: Verbo que no requiere de un objecto directo (Él no llegó", "corrí a casa").: aminorar⇒ vi verbo intransitivo: Verbo

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29. Definition of Diminish in the Definitions.net dictionary

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30. What does Diminish mean? Information and translations of Diminish in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

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31. Definition and synonyms of Diminish from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.

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32. This is the British English definition of Diminish.View American English definition of Diminish.

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33. Diminish overwrites all previous effects that set the target creature’s power and toughness to specific values

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34. Other effects that set its power or toughness to specific values that start to apply after Diminish resolves will overwrite this effect

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35. The Crossword Solver found 195 answers to the Diminish (7) crossword clue

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36. See 5 authoritative translations of Diminish in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.

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37. What does Diminish mean? Diminish is defined as to make something seem smaller or less important

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38. (verb) An example of Diminish is to downplay th

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39. We found 26 answers for “Diminish

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40. This page shows answers to the clue Diminish, followed by ten definitions like “To take away; to subtract”, “Opposed to augment or increase” and “(ACT vocabulary) decrease in size”.Synonyms for Diminish are for example bring down, cheapen and cut.More synonyms can be found below the puzzle answers.

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41. Diminish in value v expr verbal expression: Phrase with special meaning functioning as verb--for example, "put their heads together," "come to an end." (depreciate) diminuire di valore, calare di valore, scendere di valore vi verbo intransitivo : Verbo che non richiede un complemento oggetto: " Dormivo quando mi ha telefonato" - " Passate pure

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42. Explore 122 Diminish Quotes by authors including Stephen King, C

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43. Verb When something Diminishes, or when something Diminishes it, it becomes reduced in size, importance, or intensity

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44. The threat of nuclear war has Diminished.

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45. Diminish something The new law is expected to Diminish the government's chances

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46. [transitive] Diminish somebody/something to make somebody/something seem less important than they really are I don't wish to Diminish the importance of their contribution

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47. The trial has aged and Diminished him.

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48. Diminish From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English di‧min‧ish /dəˈmɪnɪʃ/ ●●○ AWL verb 1 [ intransitive, transitive] to become or make something become smaller or less SYN reduce The party’s share of the electorate has Diminished steadily.

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49. He likes to Diminish the skill of others

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50. I don't want to Diminish her achievements, but she did have a lot of help

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51. The opposition are trying to Diminish our achievements

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52. We should try to Diminish the cost of pr

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53. Examples of Diminish in a sentence

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54. The medicine caused my headache to Diminish

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55. 🔊 They didn’t want to Diminish my work, but they had decided to publish another article in the paper

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56. 🔊 My bank account began to Diminish when I …

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58. Diminish.el was created by Will Mengarini on 19th of February 1998 and is now maintained by Martin Yrjölä.

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60. 1 [intransitive, transitive] Diminish (something) to become or to make something become smaller, weaker, etc

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61. Synonym decrease The world's resources are rapidly Diminishing

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62. His influence has Diminished with time

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63. Our efforts were producing Diminishing returns (= we achieved less although we spent more time or money).

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64. ‘the pain will gradually Diminish’ ‘The propensity for people enriched by capital gains to borrow and spend is gradually Diminishing.’ ‘The agrarian sector of the economy is gradually Diminishing as the service sector assumes prominence.’

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65. ‘the pain will gradually Diminish’ ‘The propensity for people enriched by capital gains to borrow and spend is gradually Diminishing.’ ‘The agrarian sector of the economy is gradually Diminishing as the service sector assumes prominence.’

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66. John Wiegley's use-package macro also has support for Diminish.el

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67. Diminish.el was created by Will Mengarini on 19th of February 1998 and is now maintained by Martin Yrjölä.

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68. Diminish (third-person singular simple present Diminishes, present participle Diminishing, simple past and past participle Diminished) ( transitive ) To make smaller

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69. This led to Diminishing returns, however, as the

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70. This is our world: Diminish the individual and his experiences, while enhancing the collective and its so-called scientific knowledge

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71. This was a process that the Dark One had created during the First Age, and the Great Angels began to Diminish in their Power ever since.

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72. Diminish (v.) early 15c., Diminishen, "to lessen, make or seem to make smaller," from merger of two obsolete verbs, diminue and minish

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73. Diminue (late 14c.) is from Old French diminuer "make small," from Latin diminuere "break into small pieces," variant of deminuere "lessen, Diminish," from de-"completely" (see de-) + minuere "make small" (from PIE root *mei-(2) "small").

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74. Diminish definition, to make or cause to seem smaller, less, less important, etc.; lessen; reduce

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75. Diminish in a sentence 1 He likes to Diminish the skill of others

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76. 2 I don't want to Diminish her achievements, but she did have a lot of help

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77. 3 The opposition are trying to Diminish

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78. Conjugate Diminish in every English verb tense including present, past, and future.

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79. Definition of Diminish written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.

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80. Diminish translation in English-Tagalog dictionary

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81. Found 201 sentences matching phrase "Diminish".Found in 2 ms.

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82.Diminish and Ascend” is a welded aluminum sculpture by New Zealand artist David McCracken

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83. Diminish: To make smaller or less; reduce or lessen

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