Sentences and phrases with the word ebbed

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Their best spell, at the end of the first half, ebbed away without a chance.
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Within each decade of the twentieth century, these six factors ebbed and flowed, coalescing in unique combinations.
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Over the next 28 days that hope gradually ebbed away, until their worst fears were confirmed.
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The minnow's range likely ebbed as insulated oxbows and shallow pools gradually disappeared.
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Diaries kept by two of them recorded the indescribable agonies they had suffered as their lives ebbed slowly away.
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Once the euphoria has ebbed away, Torrance will be entitled to feel a bit knackered.
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Darkness ebbed into the corners of his vision, threatening to render him unconscious.
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My confidence in my exam technique ebbed rapidly away when I did my Prelims.
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But the surprise in his eyes soon faded to sadness, and the sadness ebbed away to emptiness.
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A tide of blackness ebbed into his consciousness, a rolling fog slowly distorting his thoughts.
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By the time dawn broke over the notorious stretch of the Lancashire coast any chance of survival had ebbed away for those still out at sea.
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To extend mercy to Gollum is to recognize that his potential for evil had ebbed, and that a rough justice had already been visited upon him.
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The flurry of new sites ebbed, and the strongest of these are formulating business plans for future survival.
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But, as the environment slowly ebbed away as an election issue, progress stalled.
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The paralysis that had gripped him from the first instant of the flash slowly ebbed, and he crawled out from under the truck.
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Several of the assassins were still alive, if barely, and their heartbeats fluttered as their lives ebbed slowly away.
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This gradually ebbed as they seemed powerless to prevent their opponents decamping in their half.
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As long as the tide ebbed, eels were leaving the marshes and running out to sea.
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But after the initial wave of shock and anger ebbed, Rogers had a different idea.
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Over the years, with every attack, the public mood has ebbed from outrage to a feeling of resignation and helplessness.
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Examples from Classical Literature
In the arterial system it also ebbed and flowed, and might be seen and felt to pulsate there.
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And when you reach the shore you will see how much the sea has ebbed by your draughts.
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Last night's tide had flowed and ebbed, and the dwellings of men were not submerged.
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The anger had ebbed from Dan's brain, although his attitude had not relaxed.
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Below the cataract, when the tide ebbed, was a place which might be forded.
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The galleass had gone on the sands, and as the tide ebbed had fallen over on her side.
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As the tides ebbed and flowed considerably, the ships were put on shore to be careened and graved.
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The tide had ebbed, and he did not even think of her as other than Miss lisle.
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It had ebbed from him with his blood, or waned with his fever.
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The wave of the reconquest of the Netherlands ebbed from that moment.
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His anger had ebbed, his fury had dashed itself against a rock.
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He looked at her piteous face and his strength almost ebbed away.
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Slowly the colour ebbed from Rohan's face, leaving it deathly pale.
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All his supporters, save Hieronymus, ebbed away from Robert.
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I have ebbed and flowed, sometimes with a little money, sometimes without.
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For some moments I still watched the dying man, whose life ebbed slowly.
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At first my mouth and throat were parched, and my strength ebbed sensibly.
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Daily his strength ebbed away from him, until he was in sore distress.
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