Synonyms of dwindle in English:

dwindle


See definition of dwindle

verb

1‘the porpoise population has dwindled’

SYNONYMS
diminish, decrease, reduce, get smaller, become smaller, grow smaller, become less, grow less, lessen, wane, contract, shrink, fall off, taper off, tail off, drop, fall, go down, sink, slump, plummet
disappear, vanish, die out
informal nosedive, take a nosedive
ANTONYMS

increase

2‘her career dwindled over the years’

SYNONYMS
decline, degenerate, deteriorate, fail, ebb, wane, sink, slip, slide, go downhill, go to rack and ruin, decay, wither, fade, fade away
informal peter out, go to pot, go to the dogs, hit the skids, go down the toilet, go down the tubes
Australian, New Zealand informal go to the pack
ANTONYMS

flourish