Thou wouldst see him waste away before thine eyes and remember my words when it was too late.'
You are too much of a man, Felt, to waste away in these wilds.
All rocks have a tendency to waste away under the influence of the atmosphere.
If any one group is over-used there will come a time when they will begin to waste away.
He will not suffer to waste away and vanish the faith for which he died.
It was because of them, she told him, that he was compelled to waste away his life in that dreary rocky fortress.
She remained motionless all day long, ate copiously, in spite of her illness, and did not waste away.
Then, as the figure wasted, so the person it represented was said to waste away also.
Didn't I see him waste away like a plant whose roots are gnawed by the worms?
There, in olden days, old bones of unknown dead were left to waste away.