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use "dwindle" in a sentence

Her confidence slowly started to dwindle to the point that she commented during the Wildcard Results Show, when there was only one finalist spot to fill, that Philippine Idol is a "beauty contest".

If several of these reaches go unprotected, the total habitat area for the
impulsive in her actions and often feels guilty when she does something wrong, though her attempts to rectify matters are usually disastrous.

Proud and dutiful to her father, she is willing to throw her life away for him.

Because of her religious infidelity and comparative openness toward sexuality and relationships with men, she has become one of the many objects of Ahmad's hatred - although in her case she is accorded a dutiful love as well.

19 - Wedding Chorus - "In courtly train, let us welcome, with dutiful homage" No.

In the Fourth philippic he speaks on behalf of the poor in Athens, reminding the wealthy, who criticized the theorika at its inception, that when the public revenue did not exceed 130 talents a year they remained dutiful and paid their property taxes.

Originally a shy, dutiful and sad young girl, her meeting with Yomi after her mother's death changed her life.

When asked, "What is next in goodness?" he replied, "To be good and dutiful to your parents" and when further asked "What is next in goodness?" he replied, "To participate in Jihad in Allah's Cause." Often seen nursing the hurts (both major and minor) of the Dragon Clan, Cernozura is dutiful and friendly, and also a self-admitted romantic.

At home she is a doting and dutiful wife.

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