Wane: v. to decrease at a small rate after a subset(s) has reached a relative maximum for that subset(s)


A slowly decreasing interest in a new gift or toy after the initial intense excitement and interest is waning interest in that new gift or toy. Getting bored with something slowly is also a waning interest with that something.


A slow decrease in the size of something could be considered to be a waning something such as the gradual change from a fully illuminated moon to a dark moon over a period of days called a waning moon.


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