receding (Meaning)

Wordnet

receding (n)

a slow or gradual disappearance

the act of becoming more distant

Wordnet

receding (s)

(of a hairline e.g.) moving slowly back

Webster

receding (p. pr. & vb. n.)

of Recede

receding Sentence Examples

  1. The receding hairline of the aging gentleman was a telltale sign of his advancing years.
  2. The water level of the lake was receding rapidly due to the prolonged drought.
  3. The glacier's front was receding at an alarming rate, threatening the surrounding ecosystem.
  4. The once-lush vegetation was receding, revealing barren land scorched by the relentless sun.
  5. The darkness was receding as the first rays of dawn broke through the horizon.
  6. The receding storm clouds parted, casting a golden glow on the landscape below.
  7. The receding gums exposed the sensitive roots of the teeth, causing discomfort.
  8. The boundaries of the forest were receding as human settlements encroached upon the wilderness.
  9. The tide was receding, leaving behind a damp and sandy beach.
  10. As the sun set, the shadows grew long and the light seemed to recede into the horizon.

FAQs About the word receding

a slow or gradual disappearance, the act of becoming more distant, (of a hairline e.g.) moving slowly backof Recede

retrogressing, regressing, stopped, ended, arrested,halted, stalled,

ongoing, operating, ongoing, proceeding, operating,proceeding, functioning, working, functioning, working

The receding hairline of the aging gentleman was a telltale sign of his advancing years.

The water level of the lake was receding rapidly due to the prolonged drought.

The glacier's front was receding at an alarming rate, threatening the surrounding ecosystem.

The once-lush vegetation was receding, revealing barren land scorched by the relentless sun.