They seldom now reach three feet; but they hive dwindled, they say, and in ancient days they were taller.
He seemed to dwindle again to an old grey man, bent and troubled.
Frodo crawled to the edge of the road and watched the rider, until he dwindled into the distance.
They watched the pale rings of light round his lanterns as they dwindled into the foggy night.
Indeed, a remnant still dwelt there of the Dunedain, the kings of Men that came over the Sea out of Westernesse; but they were dwindling fast and the lands of their North Kingdom were falling far and wide into waste.
For the folk of Arnor dwindled, and their foes devoured them, and their lordship passed, leaving only green mounds in the grassy hills.
Northward beyond the dwindling downs the land ran away in flats and swellings of grey and green and pale earth-colours, until it faded into a featureless and shadowy distance.
Our days have darkened, and we have dwindled; but ever the Sword has passed to a new keeper.
We must depart into the West, or dwindle to a rustic folk of dell and cave, slowly to forget and to be forgotten.
He came to a path, the dwindling ruins of a road of long ago.
Not until they had dwindled into the distance, north and west, and the sky was again clear would Aragorn rise.
The others waited huddled together, watching until Boromir and Aragorn dwindled into black specks in the whiteness.
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Her savings dwindled down
I started the diet with good intentions, but my resolution dwindled over time.