Any other country would have sulkily responded, Blakeakeakeake, in diminuendo to the end of the chapter.
There were twenty paces crescendo, a pause, and then twenty diminuendo.
Carefully observe the effects of crescendo < and diminuendo >.
You, perhaps, do not like to play this place crescendo, but diminuendo.
Here he went off, diminuendo, again, with a few flying imprecations upon several things and persons unknown.
The final note of "Memories" died away in a diminuendo wail, and the musician almost collapsed into Seaton's arms.
Any other country would have sulkily responded, "Blake—ake—ake—ake," in diminuendo to the end of the chapter.
This injunction, given in a diminuendo cadence, was quickly obeyed, and all was silence for a moment or two.
The storming took a diminuendo note; it slackened to a throbbing murmur.
He used to suggest a diminuendo by crouching down more and more, and at a pianissimo he would almost creep under the desk.