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Common misspellings for Subsided

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Definitions of Subsided

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Quotes of Subsided

  1. The experience awakened 'my tremendous musical ambition, which has never subsided to this day. – Georg Solti

Usage examples for Subsided

  1. Now after a while- when the nervousness incident upon the shock which I had received subsided my interest in the shifting skies revived once more, and again I began to watch the clouds. ” – Over Prairie Trails by Frederick Philip Grove
  2. As his excitement subsided her agitation broke out. ” – The Guilty River by Wilkie Collins
  3. “ " Some day," Nelson said, with an effort at lightness, " when we have finished with this infernal oil excitement and the fever has subsided perhaps I'll have a chance to- well, to play ladies' man. ” – Flowing Gold by Rex Beach
  4. The woman subsided into her apron. ” – In And Out by Edgar Franklin
  5. The self- reproach subsided and, instead of the bitterness of the past, it left a softened memory which made him take up his task with the sense that he was now working with Bessy and not against her. ” – The Fruit of the Tree by Edith Wharton