Definition of 'die away'
Example sentences containing 'die away'
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
As the aftershocks of an earthquake unsettle a city, the great memories trembled inside him and only gradually died away.The Broken God (1993) Christianity Today (2000)
This terrible continuing cry lasted for twenty or thirty minutes, gradually dying away, as one after another could no longer withstand the cold and exposure.The Sun (2012)
Definition of die away from the Collins English Dictionary
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