fade out, as the words “The United States & Israel Ultimate Allies” come up on the screen.
The Ebola virus outbreak that began this spring in Guinea, West Africa, is refusing to fade out.
But I did have this blog there, and I missed having a blog, so fade in out, fade out, and now I have a blog here.
On the other hand, one of the subjects finds that when both images are present the color tends to fade out.
The boundaries of nations, and of races, fade out and vanish.
Better keep your treasure covered up, old man, if you don't want it to fade out altogether.
Ann said no more, but the indignant sparkle did not fade out of her eyes at all.
If you would have the bigger work your mastery deserves, do the little work so well it will fade out of the picture.
The attacking thoughts may become less violent, or your resistance greater, in either of which cases the condition will fade out.
I don't mean to fade out of existence because I'm not a Doran or a fellow with money.
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+)
The end of a scene, film, etc, where the picture gradually disappears (1923+ Motion picture)