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flicker out

To become less powerful before ceasing altogether. When the lights flickered out, we knew the storm outside was to blame.
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flicker out

[for a flame] to dwindle, little by little, until it goes out. The candle flickered out, leaving us in total darkness. When the last flame flickered out, the room began to get cold.
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flicker out

v.
To waver in intensity and then completely subside: The candle burned for an hour and then flickered out.
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