The only quality product it has ever touched that did not wither in its hands is The Wall Street Journal.
Why this reluctant partnership might be best left to wither.
And second, the right-wing political class, operatives and people at think tanks, who want the welfare state to wither away.
But as time goes by, Chloe falls ill and begins to wither away.
Without it, the seeds of change and innovation will wither in a soil that is an arid mix of negativism and defeatism.
She might be less, as her face had begun to wither with her voice.
Keats and wither will serve as examples with which to finish our argument.
Love may wither my heart till it rustles in my breast like a dried leaf, but I will never, never let her know how I love her.
They will not wither in the least if kept out of direct sunshine for a few days.
Grass began to brown and wither on the hillsides as the days went by and Lake knew summer was very near.
1530s, alteration of Middle English wydderen "dry up, shrivel" (c.1300), apparently a differentiated and special use of wederen "to expose to weather" (see weather). Cf. German verwittern "to become weather-beaten," from Witter "weather."