n.1.One who, or that which, diminishes anything.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Having these tendencies doesn't make you a diminisher, but it means
Dark Circle Diminisher: Blood is drawn from the arm, spun in a centrifuge to separate out the platelets and then mixed with a new form of hyaluronic acid, called Xela Rederm.
(5) Hanif Kureishi states that fundamentalism, like racism, is a diminisher of life.
From the diminisher's perspective, there is a small, elite group of really smart people, and then there are the rest of us.
If this term is preceded by a concentrator (intensifier) in the same phrase its value becomes 3, while if it is preceded by a dilator (diminisher) its value becomes 1.
The line includes products such as Empower (a chamomile toner and makeup-remover), Responsive (moisturizer and line diminisher), Affirm foundation with SPF 18, Imagine eye and ace makeup kit, Awaken Mint Eve Highlighter and Light Reflector; Announce Lipgloss and Emphasize Lush mascara as well as brushes.
Why is there a circular diminisher, why is there a bather, why is there no scraper, why is there a dinner, why is there a bell ringer, why is there a duster, why is there a section of a similar resemblance, why is there that scissor.
AVON has launched its Beyond Colour range offering to minimise fine lines and wrinkles and featuring foundation, lipstick and eyeshadow as well as a line diminisher - a concealer with a little extra clout to eliminate fine lines and wrinkles.
"We're also excited about our new Crow's Feet diminisher cream, which is formulated with Matrixyl to actually help reduce crow's feet," says Edell.
Ives dark circle diminisher (for eyes) is designed to help mass market retailers attract shoppers from fashion boutiques and department stores.
MSM is a wonderful anti-inflammatory agent and muscle pain diminisher. This action is very important.