Idiom:  melt away


Idiom:  melt away

  • to disappear or fade away gradually as if it is melting

Example sentences

  • The moon melted away into the thick clouds.
  • After my mom stopped taking her anti-depressant medication the pounds just melted away without dieting at all.
  • Over time, the anger that I felt towards my husband for cheating on me melted away, and we were able to repair our marriage.
  • After the snow melted away, we found my son's favorite stuffed animal in our front yard.
  • Listening to 432 Hz music helps melt the stress away while I study.
  • The tension started to melt away as soon as the masseuse turned down the light and lit a candle.
  • I was furious that my dog chewed up my iPhone case but when she licked my face, the anger just melted away.
  • Our son's disappointment of not getting into Princeton will melt away with time.


  • peter out
  • fade away

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