But, as seen by the quotes above, the talking point about “overtime” did not fade away.
During the press tour for his 2012 film Not fade away, he found himself repeatedly explaining the Sopranos finale to journalists.
But also we know that the politicians who stoke the flames of fear against Muslims will fade away.
Without Lieberman, the party would struggle and likely fade away within an election cycle.
She waited for the inexplicable sentiment to fade away, but instead it intensified and she began to sob.
He had seen colonial towns spring up and fade away, and knew how the value of land increases.
For a moment she met the big man's eyes and her fears seemed to fade away!
All darkness of ignorance, of sorrow, and of sin will fade away as the night flees and ceases to be, before the rising sun.
The musician, fascinated, feared she was about to fade away within.
He did not look now as if he could sit down and cross his legs and fade away into thin air, like the Cheshire cat.
early 14c., "lose brightness, grow pale," from Old French fader "become weak, wilt, wither," from adj. fade "pale, weak, insipid" (12c.), probably from Vulgar Latin *fatidus, some sort of blending of Latin fatuus "silly, tasteless" + vapidus "flat, flavorless." Related: Faded; fading. As a noun, from c.1300.
To depart, esp gradually (1820+)