die down die down


  1. (v) suffer from a disease that kills shoots
  2. (v) become progressively weaker


  1. They waited for rush hour to die down and tried to be as incognito as people milling around bridges can be in this post-Sept.
  2. He kept expecting the rush to die down, but it never did.
  3. It will take time for them to die down again.


  • Rain in forecast late Monday

    Sunday night, the scattered clouds will decrease through the evening and overnight hours says Storm Center 7 Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs. Another cool night is ahead as temperatures will fall into the mid-50s with areas to the north being a bit cooler. Winds will die down overnight and with clearing skies, look for some possible patchy fog Monday morning. Monday, expect mainly sunny skies and ...
    on August 4, 2013     Source: Springfield News-Sun

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