Definition of subside:
dash, collapse, wane, determine, cave in, steady down, cast up, conciliate, go down, ensconce, ratchet also rachet, square off, come in, lapse, decide, minify, slump, finalise, slack off, taper off, locate, finalize, root, get back, burst, catch, fall in, break, crest, down, rise, deepen, descend, topple, dip, shift, reduce, bury, settle, relent, drop down, take root, reconcile, remit, off, tumble, nail down, fall down, fall, die, drop, come down, phase down, fall away, patch up, crater, resolve, give way, mitigate, de-escalate, fall off, ease, lessen, pass, slacken, pall, sink, go under, bate, slide down, make up, ebb, course, channel, moderate, adjudicate, increase, square up, decline, taper, let up.
- decrease (part of speech: verb)
- rest (part of speech: verb)
recede (part of speech: verb)
- study at wane,
- "The Chautauqua Girls At Home", Pansy, AKA Isabella M. Alden.
The probabilities are greatly against separate portions of the Earth's surface beginning to subside at the same time, and ceasing to subside at the same time- a coincidence which alone could produce equivalent groups of strata.- "Essays: Scientific, Political, & Speculative, Vol. I", Herbert Spencer.
- "Sweet Cicely Or Josiah Allen as a Politician", Josiah Allen's Wife (Marietta Holley).