fade from (something)

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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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The image of her friends now faded from the Magic Picture and the old landscape slowly reappeared.
Meanwhile the golden light had faded from the garden, the flowers bowed their heads, and all was dark and cold as when the gentle Fairy came.
Pontellier could not help wondering if there were not a little imagination responsible for its origin, for the rose tint had never faded from her friend's face.
Intriguingly, observations 7 days later revealed that the object had faded from view, Jan van Paradijs of the University of Amsterdam and the University of Alabama, Huntsville and his collaborators report in a March 12 IAU circular.
Compared with the novas astronomers were familiar with, this one yielded data containing many anomalies, and since no one could come up with good explanations, Nova Cygni 1975 faded from attention as it faded in the sky.