melt away

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To fade or wane

It came at last. The sky lightened, the mist melted away, and then a long, low, far-off streak of pale yellow light floated on the eastern horizon.

If a crowd of people melts away, members of the crowd gradually leave until there is no-one left. The crowd around the bench began to melt away. see also melt 2
disappear, dissolve
Used in the names of various recipes for cakes and cookies that seem to melt in the mouth
melt away


    melt a·way

    التركية النطق

    melt ıwey


    /ˈmelt əˈwā/ /ˈmɛlt əˈweɪ/

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    [ 'melt ] (verb.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English meltan; akin to Old Norse melta to digest, Greek meldein to melt.

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