Recede in a sentence

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recede;

[verb] To move back or to a lower level;

In March the waters begin to recede and spring begins in earnest.

As the flood waters recede, the nature of the rescue operation in Mozambique is shifting.

This has caused sea levels to recede 53 feet between 1962 and 1994.

For many, watching a hairline recede is traumatic.

In the spring, as the ice begins to recede toward the North Pole, bowhead whales migrate along the Chukchi coastline.

As he’ s aged, his eyes have receded deeper into the geology of his face.

Cooler colours literally recede and lighter colours advance.

[verb] To become fainter or weaker;

My memory of her has begun to recede.

Tom’s head ache gradually receded with his pot of tea and the second package of cigarettes he smoked.