Abate in a sentence

Use abate in a sentence

abate;

[verb]  to get less strong or to decrease;

The storm has gradually abated.

The tension has, to some extent, abated in Eastern Ukraine, but nothing’s resolved.

The noises from their neighbors had abated, mostly. The girl had ceased crying.

The fever has abated.

His fear began to abate at the sight of her making dinner as though it were any normal night.

The wind abated a little.

The storm didn’t abate for several hours.

The violence in Iraq did not abate over the last two years.

His fear began to abate at the sight of her making dinner as though it were any normal night.