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subside
used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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Definition
become less intense, less severe, or less active — perhaps going away entirely
  • Mayella's hostility, which had subsided to grudging neutrality, flared again.
    p. 245.5
subsided = become less severe (or perhaps stopped entirely)
  • Here Judge Taylor glanced sharply at the witness and must have decided his speculations devoid of evil intent, for he subsided sleepily.
    p. 231.0
subsided = became less severe
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