And if you feel it ebbing, you may need to ask yourself if it's time to move on.
Three, liberal support for affirmative action as we know it may be ebbing, as “diversity” has become a shorthand for race.
The violence is likely to continue but the silence, at least, is ebbing.
The argument could be heard in Israel on Sunday even as protests across the region appeared to be ebbing.
The main reason for the ebbing of the memoir tide is ecological; we are running out of good true stories.
"You wished so much to see David," said his daughter to him as his life was ebbing away.
Although she was only about twenty-nine years of age, her life was ebbing away.
There was a dull aching in her heart in the voids left by the ebbing of her ecstatic happiness.
Because her savings were ebbing fast, and she had not yet been able to find employment.
Nobody resists; town-guards at once ground arms, and there is no soldier visible; soldiers all ebbing away, whitherward we guess.
Old English ebba "ebb, low tide," perhaps from Proto-Germanic *abjon (cf. Old Frisian ebba, Old Saxon ebbiunga, Middle Dutch ebbe, Dutch eb, German Ebbe), from *ab-, from PIE root *apo- "off, away" (see apo-). Figurative sense of "decline, decay" is c.1400.
Old English ebbian, from the root of ebb (n.). Related: Ebbed; ebbing.