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What drew me to them was that similar feeling around a focus on client value — and on dispelling all the smoke and mirrors in the industry.

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My thinking was that if I had a YC stamp of approval, that could dispel some of the skepticism around my product.

Braband said he thinks the bump will help dispel myths about women not being interested in math and science.

It’s time to dispel the belief that the end of cookies means the end of personalized recommendations.

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Societally, it’s been hard to dispel the idea that women are just “naturally better” than men at raising children and managing households.

The police themselves do little to dispel or discourage this lionized portrayal.

He does, however, attempt to dispel some of the myths that have emerged from hearsay and rumor over the last century.

Swiss leaders also dispel the “slippery slope” idea by repeatedly rejecting substantial minimum wage increases.

The beautiful pictures may partially dispel what an awful man Rembrandt seemed to be.

But one look at the film is enough to dispel all notions of Svengali.

"There's nothing like prompt action to dispel alarm," he whispered in my ear; and then turned to the rest of us.

However, madame, I count upon it that you will be able to dispel such doubts as I am fostering.

But scarce had they arrived at it when Monsieur de Garnache's crisp voice came swiftly to dispel it.

I hope this verification will dispel your royal highness' unjust suspicions against me.

Human extravagances soon dispel, in the eyes of reason, the superiority which man arrogantly claims over other animals.


On this page you'll find 51 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to dispel, such as: allay, chase away, dismiss, disperse, dissipate, and eliminate.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.