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decline — typically gradually as with the height of the tide
  • I realized that the anxiety that had held me in its grip all day was slowly ebbing away with every one of Will's comments.
    p. 96.2
  • There are places where the changing seasons are marked by migrating birds, or the ebb and flow of tides.
    p. 155.1
  • I could have stayed there all night, above the rest of the world, the warmth of Will's hand in mine, feeling the worst of myself slowly begin to ebb away.
    p. 276.7
  • As for me, as my anxiety about Will's health began to ebb, I slowly began to suspect that I was actually in paradise.
    p. 348.3

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