Voegeli charges that Geoffrey Kabaservice and I propose only that Republicans dwindle into Democrats-lite.
If the money starts to dwindle, then Snyder will do something.
This comes a day after the possibility of a potential third-party run by Lisa Murkowski began to dwindle.
While public interest in Ebola continues to dwindle, the epidemic itself continues to soar.
My optimism of the night before was dashed; this voracious growth wasnt going to dwindle away of itself.
"Over all, ninety-six per cent for Mr. Smith," dwindle said for the fourth time.
Everywhere the tendency is for the superior stock to dwindle till it becomes a small aristocracy.
"I hope we don't have to use pressure, sir," dwindle replied.
Questions become great or dwindle into nothingness according as they affect the honour and the good of the Empire.
In the course of the year the incidents will grow or will dwindle strangely.
1590s, apparently diminutive and frequentative of Middle English dwinen "waste away, fade, vanish," from Old English dwinan, from Proto-Germanic *dwinanan (cf. Dutch dwijnen "to vanish," Old Norse dvina, Danish tvine, Low German dwinen), from PIE *dheu- (3) "to die" (see die (v.)). Related: Dwindled; dwindling.