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Example sentences for withers

The ravaged plant then withers and dies, its grains shriveled into useless pebbles.
But, in the end, the fish coughs him up and the gourd withers.
Bears, however, think profits will collapse as loan books shrink and capital-market activity withers.
With our bubbles in home equity and credit card debt now popped, aggregate demand withers.
Over time, the ability of government to deliver benefits withers.
The talent they began with withers as a plant would upon lacking sunlight or water.
It can flower in the mind even as it withers at your feet.
But it merely raised its hair on its withers and shook its horns and followed after the canoe.
She droops, she withers, she wastes away before the eye.

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