The basic characteristic of human life is that all things that breathe will lost strength, vitality and vigor at some point of time: all things would WILT. This is the law of life that cannot be avoided. And that is how we learn the word: from nature and its natural process of wilting. Plants wilt and the picture above depicts one such plant.

The dictionary definitions for wilted are as follows:
1. To become limp and drooping, as a fading flower; wither. (verb)
2. To lose strength, vigor, assurance, etc.: to wilt after a day’s hard work. (verb)

Usage examples for Wilted:
1. A wilted rose is like a jilted lover: missing its essence.
2. Old age brings with it the baggage of wilting.

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