English to Igbo Meaning of shriven

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Definitions of shriven in English
Verb(1) wither, as with a loss of moisture(2) decrease in size, range, or extent
Examples of shriven in English
(1) I felt my insides curl and shrivel into oblivion.(2) For a second, Curri-San thought they must be near some kind of underground lake of some kind, but then what he heard next made his heart wrench and his stomach shrivel inside of him.(3) Some believe in a God who is indifferent to the world and when they find themselves alone as all of us do at some time or other, they shrivel up and die inside from the indifference they feel in the world around them.(4) Fresh walnuts are simply walnuts that have been recently picked from the tree, as opposed to walnuts that have been stored for a while, causing their insides to shrivel and dry up.(5) As if Mr. Asa could read my thoughts, he bowed his head, then looked up at me with moist eyes, and I felt something shrivel inside.(6) I'll just wither and wane under all that pressure and shrivel up inside until I'm microscopic.(7) He wasn't going to completely ruin her night, even if something inside of her continued to shrivel and die whenever he sent his blazing gaze in her direction.(8) Place in a hot oven for 20 minutes or until they just begin to shrivel and blacken on the outside but are still juicy inside.(9) FDR and Churchill led the world against Hitler, but it may have taken a Jewish comedian, Mel Brooks, to shrivel him to comic insignificance in The Producers.(10) Everything comes and goes: the plump grapes shrivel or rot; the baby power can fly away in an errant breeze.(11) In good years, the warmth of the sun as it rises kills off the fungus, leaving the grapes shrivelled and unsightly, but tasting delicious: full of the sugar and glycerine which was left behind.(12) His voice broke piteously, but Bahzell only gazed down with flinty eyes, and something inside the landlord shriveled under their dreadful promise.(13) She smiled, pretending to be as confident as Tiffany, but inside she was shriveling .(14) The strawberries may have shrivelled up and the cream long since gone sour, but the action on the tennis courts is just hotting up.(15) Jillian felt the covers being ripped off of her and she shriveled up due to the loss of warmth.(16) Prison don't make ya tough, it makes ya weak, your spirit just shrivels up inside.
(1) shrivel up ::
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