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die out
to die or disappear slowly until gone, to not exist anymore
The campfire slowly died out and we went to bed.
Dinosaurs died out many years ago.
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  • dig (someone or something) up or dig up (someone or something)
  • dig (something) out or dig out (something)
  • dig in
  • dig in one's heels or dig one's heels in
  • dig one's own grave
  • dig some dirt up on (someone) or dig up some dirt on (someone)
  • dip into (something)
  • dirt cheap
  • dirty work
  • dish out (criticism)
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  • year in and year out
  • sweat (something) out or sweat out (something)
  • tear up (someone) or tear (someone) up
  • take in money or take money in
  • make overtures to (someone)
  • dying to (do something or go somewhere)
  • go down fighting
  • lower oneself to (some level)
  • a stick-in-the-mud
  • on the contrary

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