One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘there can be no let-up in the war against drugs’
abatement, lessening, decrease, diminishing, diminution, subsidence, moderation, decline, relenting, remission, slackening, weakening, relaxation, dying down, easing off, tailing off, tapering off, dropping away, dropping off, ebbing, waning, dwindling
respite, break, interval, hiatus, suspension, cessation, stop, pause, breathing space, lull, interlude, intermission
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