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Cheshire cat in the nineteenth-century children's novel Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll, a grinning cat that magically disappears, his grin being the last to fade away.
colorfast having color that will not fade even with exposure to sun or multiple washings.
die1 to fade away; gradually disappear (usu. fol. by "away," "down," or "out"). [1/4 definitions]
die out to gradually disappear; fade. [1/2 definitions]
dim to fade, blur, or become darker. [1/9 definitions]
discolor to remove, change, or spoil the color of; cause to fade; stain. [2 definitions]
dissolve of a shot in films or videotapes, to fade away while the next appears dimly at first and then becomes clearer and replaces the first. [2/11 definitions]
fade to cause to fade. [1/6 definitions]
fadeless combined form of fade.
melt to fade, merge, or blend, as from one state to another (often fol. by "away," "in," or "into"). [1/8 definitions]
wither to lose freshness, suppleness, vitality or the like; droop; fade (often fol. by away). [2/5 definitions]