To become gradually less until little remains.
To cause to dwindle.
Difficulties that dwindled my enthusiasm for the recipe.
To keep on becoming or making smaller or less; diminish; shrink.
To dwindle is defined as to slowly be reduced or become smaller.
An example of dwindle is when you have a lot of candy and you eat it piece by piece, until the quantity of candy will start to reduce down to nothing.
To lessen; to bring low.
To break; to disperse.
Origin of dwindle
Diminutive form of dwine, from Old English dwinan (“to waste away”), akin to Old Norse dvena /dvína (Danish tvine (“to pine away”) ).