Though it has not yet finally disappeared, it is dwindling daily.
Upon reference to the book, it appeared that the dozen secretaryships had dwindled down to one.
On the second story, the spare furniture dwindled down to a couple of old deal chairs, of which one, belonging to the back-room, was shorn of a leg, and bottomless.
By night and day, at all times and seasons: always watchful, attentive, and solicitous, and never varying in the discharge of his self-imposed duty to one so friendless and helpless as he whose sands of life were now fast running out and dwindling rapidly away: he was ever at his side.
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Her savings dwindled down
I started the diet with good intentions, but my resolution dwindled over time.