fade from

fade from (something)

To gradually disappear from something. It took months, but the pain of that break-up has finally faded from my consciousness. I looked out the window and watched as the train station faded from view.
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fade from something

[for something] to leave something gradually, such as one's consciousness, memory, view, etc. (See also fade from view.) The image faded from her memory at last.
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They fade from red or pink to purplish-blue to thinner, pale, more scar-like streaks over time.
Kris Fade from Virgin Radio Dubai has beaten Justin Timberlake, Rihanna and Justin Bieber to number one spot on the UAE iTunes album playlist with the launch of 'Kris Fade's Hit List Volume 1'.
Just 6 years ago, Tycho observed that stars can suddenly appear in the sky, blazing brighter than the planet Venus at its most luminous, and then fade from view.
It is well-known that elements such as strontium and boron will naturally fade from the melt during holding time.