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Adjective
Having lost color or intensity
“She was suddenly conscious of how grubby her bare feet looked against the creamy, faded colors of the rug beneath her chair.”
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In a poor condition, especially due to age or exposure
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“They could see meandering dirt roads and several large buildings lying between the ridge and the faded walls of the city.”
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(of colours) Having a restrained or non-vibrant quality
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Having a pale or unhealthy skin tone
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Having no shine or luster
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Old-fashioned
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Thin or haggard, especially from hunger or disease
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Unable to be read or deciphered
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Wrinkled because the volume has reduced while the surface area of the outer layer has remained constant
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Having an untidy or unkempt appearance
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(of a sound or voice) Low in volume
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Disappeared
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Weak or lacking in strength
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Having sunken, dark ringed eyes demonstrative of stress or tiredness
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Old, decayed
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Past tense for to whiten, typically by the removal of color
“All colour fades, especially under the impact of direct sunlight.”
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Past tense for gradually grow faint and disappear
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“Benefits like this, however, fade into insignificance compared to the bigger picture.”
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Past tense for lose or cause to lose colour or brightness
“Again, the strands of color start out saturated and fade in intensity, as if done in a single gesture.”
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Past tense for to become faded
“It is safest to prune, when needed, as soon as flowers fade because buds are set almost immediately for the next season.”
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Past tense for to become faded
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Past tense for to change or lose color
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Past tense for to make, or cause to be, blur or dim
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Past tense for to become mature, old or ripe
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Past tense for to damage, erode, or destroy by friction or use
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Past tense for to remove completely, leaving no trace
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Faded out
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Past tense for to cause to become tired, weary or fatigued
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