|VERB || to die out | died out | died out|
dying out | dies out
VERB to infinitive | simple past | past participle
present participle | 3rd person
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- Eventually the Hunting Season died out, and there was even talk of cooperation with the Haganah leading to the formation of the Jewish Resistance Movement.
- In modern Scotland this practice has died out.
- The school died out within a century.
- The Melitians ultimately died out around the middle of the 5th century.
- The use of the "long s" largely died out by the beginning of the 19th century, mostly to prevent confusion with 'f' when using a short mid-bar.
- The mass flamewar usually lasts for multiple weeks or months after the first post was posted and died out.
- Þ completely overtook ð by Middle English, and þ died out by Early Modern English, mostly due to the rise of the printing press, and was replaced by the digraph "th".
- If Pleistocene megafauna are indeed the basis for some aboriginal mythology, it is unclear if the stories were based on the creatures when they were alive, or their fossils discovered long after they had died out.
- Docetism largely died out during the first millennium AD.
- The other two, Cornish (Brittonic) and Manx (Goidelic), died out in modern timesIn the Republic of Ireland, 73,803 people use Irish daily outside the education system.
- Cornish, a member of the Brythonic branch of the Celtic language family, is a revived language that died out as a first language in the late 18th century.
- Based on the dating of the coins, the city seems to have died out around 960.
- The general belief in a flat Earth died out in classical antiquity, so using "wide" is an anachronism when referring to the surface of the Earth—a spheroidal surface has area and encloses a volume but has no width.
- In the United States, pool and billiards had died out for a bit, but between 1878 and 1956 the games became very popular.
- The above industries have since died out, and Aberfoyle is supported mainly by the forestry, industry and tourism.
- Although some ancient members of the harp family died out in the Near East and South Asia, descendants of early harps are still played in Myanmar and parts of Africa; other variants defunct in Europe and Asia have been used by folk musicians in the modern era.
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