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Things fading often describes (“fading ________”)
light, memory, flower, sunlight, twilight, day, glow, coal, dream, out, sound, year, mansion, flowers, channels, afternoon, hope, crown, channel, night, glory, shadow, moonlight, beauty, empire, bliss, sky, past, vision, foliage, violets, photograph, color, gleam, figure, sun, sunshine, blue, green, glimmer, smile, shore, trace, era, eye, joy, procedure, grass, image, season, picture, evening, star, scent, ink, cloud, presence, sign, mist, flame, recollection, laurels, leaves, lustre, ghost, radiance, verdure, rainbow, foam, youth, prospect, garland, smoke, fruits, margin, laurel, record, colour, nightmare, memories

Descriptive words:
selective, gradual, multipath, slow, rapid, fast, flat, light, signal, anomalous, complete, term, scale, severe, deep, independent, latent, slight, red, dark, progressive, sudden, blue, rayleigh, pink, subsequent, rician, yellow, cross, green, normal, dye, pale, inevitable, nicotine, significant, correlated, brown, less, quick, induced, thermal, atmospheric, image, sun, apparent, nonselective, serious, noticeable, eventual, bright, lognormal, uncorrelated, appreciable, gray, partial, non, prompt, gentle, sound, premature, simultaneous, stimulus, random, swift, excessive, flush, differential, perceptible, never, ricean, systematic, soft, consequent, perceptual, twilight


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See fading used in context: 100+ rhymes, 6 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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