Sentence for faded | Use faded in a sentence

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  • Then the gleam faded. (9)
  • So much had her charm faded. (10)
  • We represent a faded tradition. (9)
  • But she was a faded young woman. (10)
  • Her curiosity to pierce it faded. (10)
  • It faded again in sheer drowsiness; he slept…. (8)
  • I was no sooner on my way to bed than all had faded. (10)
  • He feared that Richard had faded in his good resolve. (10)
  • The joyous light faded out of her face and left it pensive. (9)
  • An attempt to think it a service to Willoughby faded midway. (10)
  • Now that he was no longer there, they faded and died to her. (12)
  • Slowly the glow blackened, till the last spark had faded out. (8)
  • The smile faded from his lips; he looked suddenly very tired. (8)
  • I am quite sure that your very name has faded from his memory. (12)
  • Be as faded as you like; be hideous, if you like; but come with me. (10)
  • Be as faded as you like; be hideous, if you like; but come with me. (22)
  • He kissed her, and the vision of the critical world faded to a blank. (10)
  • His sister, too, Mrs. Doone, with her faded gentleness, seemed soothing. (8)
  • Jackson was silent, and the matter seemed to have faded out of his mind. (9)
  • The heat and smell and twaddling voices of the hotel dining-room faded away. (13)
  • The flush vanished and left her cheeks to their true colour, that of a faded rose. (8)
  • The proximity of the trial acted like fire on her faded recollection of incidents. (10)
  • That thin, colorless protestantism of her fathers had faded into a nameless moralism. (13)
  • Hilary, however, shook his hand, faded now to skin and bone, and motioned him to a chair. (8)
  • He got up, examined the pistols on the wall, and felt resentment at the faded, dusty room. (8)
  • He would follow chance traces from morning until night, but they always faded from sight. (12)
  • The other world, his proper world of care and painful forethought, faded from his vision. (13)
  • The total impression has been so unforgettable that details have faded into insignificance. (12)
  • Proximity to her faded sister made him conceive her attainable, and thrice precious by contrast. (10)
  • Proximity to her faded sister made him conceive her attainable, and thrice precious by contrast. (22)
  • The flush had left his face, the brilliance had faded from his eyes; he looked just like a ghost. (8)
  • Presently that faded, and after the sun had set came a rainbow more extravagant than any I ever saw. (14)
  • She used to be the sprightliest of living creatures, and to judge by her letters, that has not faded. (10)
  • The face was sallow and fireless; life had faded like a painted cloth upon the imperishable moulding. (10)
  • There entered a faded rose of a woman on whom Mr. Pogram in his time had evidently made a great impression. (8)
  • The little tinge of discontent, which had colored their sentiment of return faded now in the kindly light of home. (9)
  • She was standing by his side, as he sat with his elbows resting on his knees, studying the faded figure in the carpet. (13)
  • The stars faded, and in a smouldering zigzag the dawn fled along the mountain tops, flinging out little isles of cloud. (8)
  • The jewels had quite another effect on her now, and this increased in power as the old glamour of their mere value faded. (12)
  • With a sort of pleasure she watched the flush mount in the faded cheeks, the faded lips pressed together. (8)
  • So many other times he remembered her throughout those years, but never as a woman faded, old; never as a woman of the past. (8)
  • The light upon the trunks of the trees had faded to a tender gray; shadows were in their tops, like great dark birds aperch. (1)
  • The Autocrat was often in the pages of the Atlantic, where one often found Whittier and Emerson, with many a fresh name now faded. (9)
  • I had hurried to the topmost powers of Modestine, for I dearly desired to see the view upon the other side before the day had faded. (2)
  • Now and then at these times he brought out a faded Italian anecdote, faintly smelling of civet, and threadbare in its ancient texture. (9)
  • But in the 19th century her musical glory had faded, and sentimental songs and popular ballad-operas seemed all that she could produce. (3)
  • Her figure vanished, wavering into the hurly-burly; one of his bags had gone astray, and so all thought of her soon faded from his mind. (8)
  • Over the cottage piano a violet dust-sheet, faded almost to grey, was spread, and on it the first lavender, whose scent filled the room. (8)
  • Startled, clasping her hands, she looked strange to Keith in her black skirt and blouse of some soft velvety stuff the colour of faded roses. (8)
  • Among my fellow-guests one night was George S. Hillard, now a faded reputation, and even then a life defeated of the high expectation of its youth. (9)
  • There were other projects, many of them, which dawned rosily, and faded into the grey; and there was the rich and copious correspondence dated from Vailima. (2)
  • Soon the shrewd physical bracing, acting momentarily on my brain, relaxed; the fitful illumination ceased: all ideas faded out-clung about my beaten body-fled. (10)
  • But when the wedding-journeyers emerged upon Broadway, the other passages and incidents of their dream faded before the superior fantasticality of the spectacle. (9)

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