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Noun fadeout has 2 senses
  1. receding, fadeout - a slow or gradual disappearance
    --1 is a kind of disappearance
    Derived form: verb fade out1
  2. fadeout - a gradual temporary loss of a transmitted signal due to electrical disturbances
    --2 is a kind of
    noise, interference, disturbance

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Fadeout refers to a gradual disappearance or diminishing of something, such as light, sound, or a particular feeling or quality.


  1. Noun:
    • A gradual decrease in the volume or intensity of sound or music.
    • The gradual dimming or vanishing of a movie or television screen.
    • A departure from a scene or story in a movie or television show, often signaling the end.
  2. Verb:
    • To gradually become indistinct, faint, or disappear.
    • To cause something to gradually become indistinct, faint, or disappear.
    • To conclude or finish unobtrusively or inconspicuously.



  1. The fadeout of the music at the end of the song was perfectly executed.
  2. As the movie ended, the screen slowly faded to black in a classic fadeout.
  3. The abrupt fadeout left viewers wondering what would happen next.


  1. The sunlight began to fadeout, creating a soothing atmosphere.
  2. Over time, the memory of that event started to fadeout.
  3. The director chose to fadeout the final scene to give it a bittersweet touch.

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