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faded

[ fey-did ]
/ ˈfeɪ dɪd /
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Definition of faded

adjective
having lost brightness, intensity, volume, etc., as of light, color, or sound:She was wearing a faded polyester skirt.
having lost freshness, vigor, strength, or health:Regular removal of faded flowers is often needed to keep annuals blooming.
having gradually disappeared or died out:The movie’s main theme is the resuscitation of faded love.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of fade.
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Origin of faded

OTHER WORDS FROM faded

fad·ed·ly, adverbfad·ed·ness, nounun·fad·ed, adjectivewell-fad·ed, adjective
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