- adj. 使干枯的；使畏縮的；極有毀滅性的；極有諷刺性的
- n. 枯萎；凋謝
- v. 使凋謝；干枯；減弱；摧毀（wither 的現在分詞）
1.It seems counterintuitive that climate change could be responsible for both withering droughts and devastating floods.
2.Mine, as I recall, was a withering look from my father.
3.Deborah Jane's mother gave her a withering look.
4.Can statues of killer-bees and storytelling festivals stop the country's smallest towns from withering away?
5.Socrates was withering when it came to a polished rhetorical performance.
6.At the same time, a devastating drought was withering Russia's crops.
7.The withering of many traditional media outlets has left fewer journalists from fewer firms covering business.
8.He has been withering in his criticism of the featherbedding that has bankrupted the state.