Examples of shrivel in a Sentence
plants shriveling in the heat
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According to the latest census of Russia's 115,000 Soviet-era rural communities, 13,000 have been completely abandoned and 35,000 more have shriveled to fewer than ten inhabitants.
Flowers and fruit, especially on younger trees, can sustain damage at 28 degrees, causing olives to shrivel, turn brown and fall to the ground.
There is another factor unique to ANWR that might shrivel corporate interest in drilling there: politics.
Its territory has shriveled from the size of Portugal to a handful of outposts.
As juice evaporated, some of the unripe grapes shriveled into raisins.
The big-tent Democratic coalition shriveled to a coastal, progressive minority, wiping out a generation of Democratic politicians and most of the party’s political diversity.
Powerful aromas emanate from mounds of red, gold, and brown powders, curious looking roots, bits of bark, shriveled pods, berries, bulbs, and rosebuds.
The giant hole in the Earth's protective ozone layer is shrinking and has shriveled to its smallest peak since 1988, NASA scientists said.
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