A gradual diminution in quantity or energy due to constant anxiety.
A gradual, normal lowering of membership or personnel, as through pension, resignation, or death.
Repentance for sin inspired by concern about discipline in place of by passion for Jesus.
using or milling straight down by friction
the steady lowering of a tangible or intangible resource as a result of reasons which can be passive plus don't include effective use of the resource.
A gradual, all-natural lowering of membership or personnel, as through pension, resignation, or death
the increasing loss of participants during an experiment
Imperfect contrition or remorse
The work of rubbing together; rubbing; the act of wearing by friction, or by massaging substances collectively; abrasion.
their state to be worn.
Grief for sin arising just from fear of discipline or thoughts of pity. See Contrition.
The scrubbing of just one thing against another; shared friction: since, the scratching of coins by attrition.
The act of using away by massaging; their state of being worn out or smoothed by friction; abrasion.
In theology, imperfect contrition or repentance, with real detestation of sin, and a genuine intent behind amendment, due to those supernatural motives of trust that are less than charity, or the true love of Jesus for his own endless perfections.
sorrow for sin as a result of fear of damnation
a wearing down to deteriorate or destroy
the putting on down of stone particles by rubbing because of liquid or wind or ice
erosion by friction
the act of massaging collectively; using some thing down by rubbing