subside (Meaning)

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subside (v)

wear off or die down

sink to a lower level or form a depression

sink down or precipitate

descend into or as if into some soft substance or place

subside Sentence Examples

  1. The storm's fury subsided, leaving behind a trail of destruction.
  2. Pain subsided in her joints after taking the medication.
  3. The waves gradually subsided, making it possible to swim safely.
  4. The protests subsided after the government agreed to address the grievances.
  5. The crowd's anger subsided as the police restored order.
  6. The initial panic subsided as people realized the situation was under control.
  7. The fever subsided, indicating the infection was resolving.
  8. The swelling in her leg subsided after she applied ice packs.
  9. The economy appeared to be stabilizing as inflation subsided.
  10. The noise from the construction site subsided during the weekend.

FAQs About the word subside

wear off or die down, sink to a lower level or form a depression, sink down or precipitate, descend into or as if into some soft substance or place

diminish, decline, decrease, shrink, ease, fall, vanish, recede, remit, lessen

grow, intensify, enlarge, pick up, build, swell, soar, appear, soar, emerge

The storm's fury subsided, leaving behind a trail of destruction.

Pain subsided in her joints after taking the medication.

The waves gradually subsided, making it possible to swim safely.

The protests subsided after the government agreed to address the grievances.