Synonyms of subside
1 decreaseDictionary • The pain had subsided during the night.
decrease • Population growth is decreasing each year.
diminish • The threat of war has diminished.
lessen • Keep immunisations up to date to lessen the risk of serious illness.
ease • The heavy snow had eased a little.
moderate • The crisis has moderated somewhat.
dwindle • The factory's workforce has dwindled.
wane • His interest in her began to wane.
recede • The illness began to recede.
abate • The storms soon abated.
let up • The rain had let up.
peter out • The strike seemed to be petering out.
slacken • Inflationary pressures continued to slacken last month.
2 collapseDictionary • Does that mean that the whole house is subsiding?
collapse • A section of the Bay Bridge had collapsed.
sink • Kate laughed, and sank down again to her seat.
drop • She looked about to drop.
lower • They lowered the coffin into the grave.
settle • Once its impurities had settled, the oil could be graded.
3 dropDictionary • Local officials say the flood waters have subsided.
drop • The ground dropped away steeply.
fall • Her weight fell to under seven stones.
decline • a declining birth rate
ebb • There were occasions when my enthusiasm ebbed.
descend • Disaster struck as the plane descended through the mist.
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abateIf something bad or undesirable abates, it becomes much less strong or severe.
• The storms soon abated.
collapseIf a building or other structure collapses, it falls down very suddenly.
• A section of the Bay Bridge had collapsed.
de-escalateto reduce the level or intensity of (a crisis, etc)
Thesaurus for subside from the Collins English Thesaurus
to become less loud, excited, violent, etc; abate