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waned

[ weynd ]
/ weɪnd /
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adjective
having decreased in strength, intensity, etc.:Shale gas drilling caused earthquakes in the United Kingdom, leading to waned interest in shale gas and a slowdown of geological work.
having declined in power, importance, prosperity, etc.:This film director hasn't done too well of late, either commercially or critically, but nobody should gloat over his waned status.
verb
the simple past tense and past participle of wane.
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OTHER WORDS FROM waned

un·waned, adjective
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