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Shrinking | Define Shrinking at Dictionary.com
Shrinking definition, to draw back, as in retreat or avoidance: to shrink from danger; to shrink from contact. See more.
Shrinking Synonyms, Shrinking Antonyms | Thesaurus.com
These shrinking hairs, they feared not death, but they seemed to fear Malbone. "Not so—not so," said the Dominican, shrinking from those fierce eyes.
Shrink | Definition of Shrink by Merriam-Webster
Choose the Right Synonym for shrink. Verb. contract, shrink, condense, compress, constrict, deflate mean to decrease in bulk or volume. contract applies to a drawing together of surfaces or particles or a reduction of area or length. caused her muscles to contract shrink implies a contracting or a loss of material and stresses a falling short of original dimensions.
Shrinking - definition of shrinking by The Free Dictionary
Shrinking, naturally, from allowing her husband to be annoyed, and probably cheated as well, by any person who claimed, however preposterously, a family connection with herself, it had been her practice, for many years past, to assist the captain from her own purse, on the condition that he should never come near the house, and that he should not presume to make any application whatever to Mr.
Shrinking | definition of shrinking by Medical dictionary
But the world is also shrinking in the sense that there are more political and economic refugees on a global basis than ever before; shrinking in the sense that there are more starving pople than ever before; shrinking in the sense that the population explosion continues and more and more people demand space, food, clothes, homes, and all the paraphernalia modern technology churns out to the ...
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Shrink | Define Shrink at Dictionary.com
verb (used without object), shrank or, often, shrunk; shrunk or shrunk·en; shrink·ing. to draw back, as in retreat or avoidance: to shrink from danger; to shrink from contact. to contract or lessen in size, as from exposure to conditions of temperature or moisture: This cloth will not shrink if washed in lukewarm water. to become reduced in extent or compass.
Shrinking - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
shrinking violet A negative term for a very shy person. After years of being seen as nothing more than a shrinking violet, Christine decided to overcome her fears and start talking to strangers. See also: shrink, violet shrink back To recede or recoil. The way the gums are shrinking back from your teeth is a clear sign of gingivitis. The child shrank ...
Russian Shrinking Woman (Unknown Source)
This was found on Instagram. I have no idea where it is from or if there is any more of it, but I'd sure like to know.
Shrinking Hunger
The tale of a young boy on a quest for what is most important: satisfying his hunger. If you liked this video, feel free to give it a like/comment/share.