Thesaurus / melt away

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And I answered, "No fear," and then her face seemed to melt away in a mist under the cabin lamp.

Wide CoursesJames Brendan Connolly

The object of the architect must have been to melt away the material from before the eyes of the spirit.

Robert FalconerGeorge MacDonald

Let Berlin cease to be the capital of Germany, through any unforeseen event, and its population will melt away at once.

The ArenaVarious

But in the conditions existing at the front, all these groups seemed to melt away.

Canada in Flanders, Volume II (of 3)Lord Max Aitken Beaverbrook

Get the money from Major Ponsford and melt away inconspicuous into the brush.

Oh, You Tex!William Macleod Raine

But as he approached Sibyll, poor Alwyn felt all the firmness and courage he had exhibited with Hastings melt away.

That nimble fellow seemed to melt away right beneath Benny Badger's paws.

The Tale of Benny BadgerArthur Scott Bailey

Most germs feed on dead matter instead of our living bodies and make it melt away or change into another form.

Health LessonsAlvin Davison

The moment the song ended, the Ballad Singer passed the hat, and the crowd began to melt away.

The Irish TwinsLucy Fitch Perkins

For years the bulk of the ice may melt away at about the same place; thus at this point accumulates an enormous amount of débris.

Your National ParksEnos A. Mills
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