This is Gaza today: the self-reflective confidence of an academic conference along with the dwindling of public services.
Political spouses tell David A. Graham about strained marriages, lost quality time, and dwindling family dinners.
Tashirojima is a dwindling two-port, 100-person fishing community where cats outnumber humans many times over.
The Daily Beast's Leslie Gelb on the biggest danger zones—and Obama's dwindling options.
Alas, there are signs that the stream of idea creation is dwindling to a trickle this August.
He too had seen, with a blurred returning consciousness, the dwindling figures of Babs and Polter.
The Scavenger was moving fast now, dwindling in the viewscreen.
If this was the case, it would indeed be "a heavy blow and great discouragement" to the dwindling Alcine nation.
Great distances here, in relation to the giant globe, were dwindling!
Below him was a shrinking, dwindling landscape, wind-swept and desolate.
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.