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synonyms for dispel

  • allay
  • chase away
  • dismiss
  • disperse
  • dissipate
  • eliminate
  • resolve
  • banish
  • cancel
  • crumble
  • deploy
  • disband
  • disintegrate
  • distribute
  • eject
  • expel
  • oust
  • repel
  • rout
  • scatter
  • scramble
  • beat off
  • break it up
  • break up
  • bust up
  • split up
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antonyms for dispel

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  • accept
  • collect
  • gather
  • keep
  • welcome
  • allow
  • hold
  • permit
  • take in
  • accumulate
  • garner
  • recall
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How to use dispel in a sentence

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.
MEDIA BUYING BRIEFING: ‘WE’RE ENGINEERING AROUND THE VALUE PROPOSITION’: KEPLER GROUP’S GLOBAL REACH EXPANDS AS IT ABSORBS U.K.’S INFECTIOUS MEDIAMICHAEL BÜRGIAUGUST 23, 2021DIGIDAY
My thinking was that if I had a YC stamp of approval, that could dispel some of the skepticism around my product.
WHY IT’S SO HARD TO MAKE TECH MORE DIVERSEWUDAN YANJUNE 30, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Braband said he thinks the bump will help dispel myths about women not being interested in math and science.
AFTER ADMISSIONS CHANGES, THOMAS JEFFERSON HIGH WILL WELCOME MOST DIVERSE CLASS IN RECENT HISTORY, OFFICIALS SAYHANNAH NATANSONJUNE 24, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It’s time to dispel the belief that the end of cookies means the end of personalized recommendations.
THIRD-PARTY COOKIE DEPRECATION PRESENTS A NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR MARKETERSOUTBRAINJUNE 7, 2021DIGIDAY
Societally, it’s been hard to dispel the idea that women are just “naturally better” than men at raising children and managing households.
ON THIS MOTHER’S DAY, THE CRISIS FOR WORKING MOMS IS HARD TO MISSKARLA MILLERMAY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
The great orator has made little effort to send out a message to the country to get the vaccine, or to dispel the myths surrounding it.
'THIS IS HELL.' PRIME MINISTER MODI'S FAILURE TO LEAD IS DEEPENING INDIA'S COVID-19 CRISISRANA AYYUBAPRIL 23, 2021TIME
If there were any doubts on this score, consumers’ accelerated flight to digital in this past crisis year have dispelled them.
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A Science News Letter story describing the announcement attempted to dispel any concerns the discovery might raise.
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Another myth the company is quick to dispel is that WD-40 cures arthritis.
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"There's nothing like prompt action to dispel alarm," he whispered in my ear; and then turned to the rest of us.
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