Antonyms for dissipates

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How much one dissipates is determined for one just as is the shape of your nose or the colour of your eyes.

It deceives, it decoys, it diverts; it dissipates and breaks up our chain of thought.

It establishes no fact, answers no objection, and dissipates no doubt.

It is a work that distracts and dissipates, and leads to relaxation of discipline.

This dissipates some of the gas and reduces the volume somewhat.

What a little thing subverts my peace,--dissipates my resolutions!

Agni dissipates darkness, warms mankind, and cooks his food; it is the benefactor and the protector of the house.

He further added 'that a single ray of it dissipates pain, and care, and melancholy from the person on whom it falls.

It draws one from the fireside, and dissipates the idle illusions of conversation, except under certain conditions.

This dissipates suspicion, or starts it in so many directions that justice is at once confused, if not ultimately baffled.