My guess is that in the final moments of the season the supernatural elements of the show will recede.
She was briefly outed by Red as a mole and then allowed to recede into the background again.
It is petty, but his constant railing against human nature reminds one of King Canute ordering the tide to recede.
Fey told Esquire she believes her fame will recede eventually.
Meanwhile, the unbearable problem in the south may recede—until the next bout.
The Guardian was crushing the last dregs of life out of him now, and even the pain seemed to recede.
The Cabinet will recede more and more from our principles, our party.
As a viceroy of Peru later confessed, "it marked the moment when the cause of Spain in the Indies began to recede."
Nor are we disposed to recede from our assertion made in Sec.
They declared that Great Britain was under pledges to the native population which made it impossible for her to recede.