Faded - definition, pronunciation, transcription

Amer.  |ˈfeɪdəd|  American pronunciation of the word faded
Brit.  |ˈfeɪdɪd|  British pronunciation of the word faded
- this word is a past tense form of the verbto fade
- this word is a past participle form of the verbto fade

adjective

- having lost freshness or brilliance of color(syn: bleached, washed-out, washy)

faded jeans

- reduced in strength(syn: attenuate, attenuated, weakened)

the faded tones of an old recording

Examples

the faded tones of an old recording

Her name has faded from memory.

...the old photograph was faded but still clear enough to make out...

The outline became less and less distinct as the light faded.

The smile faded from his face.

Their reasons for leaving have faded from memory.

He's trying to recapture the faded glory of his youth.

The band's popularity has faded in recent years.

Your shirts have faded from frequent washing.

...the markers on the rock and mineral specimens were old and faded...

...a stack of brochures and a few faded placards are all that remain of the defunct organization...

He's wearing faded denims and cowboy boots.

Our enchantment faded when we found that the house needed even more repairs.

The sound faded into nothingness.

The names of the people who lived here long ago have faded into oblivion.

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