Third-person singular simple present indicative form of diminish.(verb)
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Use "diminishes" in a sentence
"Rooted in the feudal system of a servant paying homage to a lord, or a subject paying homage to a king, the term diminishes the faith-filled transformation in the hearts of those wise men from the east who came and knelt down and worshipped the Savior, Messiah, Christ the Lord; they worshipped the new born king in their heart."
"“With Jilseponie gone, our — your — claim to the title diminishes greatly, perhaps completely.”"
"But all pain diminishes over time, even bitterly delivered pain."