- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of diminish.
“Rooted in the feudal system of a servant paying homage to a lord, or a subject paying homage to a king, the term diminishes the faith-filled transformation in the hearts of those wise men from the east who came and knelt down and worshipped the Savior, Messiah, Christ the Lord; they worshipped the new born king in their heart.”
““With Jilseponie gone, our — your — claim to the title diminishes greatly, perhaps completely.””
“But all pain diminishes over time, even bitterly delivered pain.”
“But if a voter sees a Republican spot 25 times and a Democratic spot 20 times, the relative value of the five-spot Republican margin diminishes enormously.”
“All of the name calling diminishes your image though and youâ€™re no sort of expert to banter in that way.”
“The lumen of the vein diminishes and the wall shows an enormous sclerosis.”
“The storm is sweeping past, already the rain diminishes, the lightning pales, the thunder retreats till leagues and leagues away we hear it "moaning and calling out of other lands.”
“Overextending the designation diminishes the special quality of Wilderness, he said.”
“Additionally, we learn that separating the Son from the Father does not divide or lessen God the Father any more than dividing a fire, or saying a word diminishes the ability of the person who said the word to think of more words.”
“Besides, those who hurl these loaded words like curses, are diminishing their value much like the overuse of the F-word diminishes its worth.”
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