Thesaurus / dispel

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It was a horrible thought, which subsequent experience unhappily did not tend to dispel.

Since King David's time, we all know the power of music to dispel the spirits of darkness.

Even Dave's mechanical expletives were insufficient to dispel the illusion.

MenotahErnest G. Henham

But the lapse of a few months will confirm or dispel their fears.

On that former occasion the image of her old uncle had been strong in helping to dispel the fascination.

The PatriotAntonio Fogazzaro

I am aware that she knows I am weak; and this fact alone is sufficient to dispel all my courage in any contest with her.

Not a gleam of sunshine burst forth to dispel the clouds which hung lowering over the fair fame of poor Ellis.

Ernest BracebridgeWilliam H. G. Kingston

That night her mind teemed with processions of fantastic imaginings that, strive as she would, she could not dispel.

The Red DebtEverett MacDonald

But this third impression troubled him more than the other two and stirred thoughts he tried to dispel.

The sight was not one calculated to dispel his anxiety or warm his blood.

Rayton: A Backwoods MysteryTheodore Goodridge Roberts

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