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- Montag did not look back at his wife as he went trembling along the hall to the kitchen, where he stood a long time watching the rain hit the windows before he came back down the hall in the gray light, waiting for the tremble to subside.
p. 68..3 *subside = go away
- And when finally they set the structure to burn the books, using the, firemen, I grunted a few times and subsided, for there were no others grunting or yelling with me, by then.
p. 78..4subsided = became less intense, less severe, or less active -- perhaps went away entirely
- The echo of the final hammer on his skull died slowly away into the black cavern where Faber waited for the echoes to subside.†
(subside as in: her anger subsided) become less intense, less severe, or less active -- perhaps going away entirely