Thesaurus / vanish

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Past the drenched stragglers the bits of broken ice went streaming, to vanish in the loud turmoil of the fall.
RED FOXCHARLES G. D. ROBERTS
And so saying, he made the sign of the cross; and the Evil One (for it was he) was forced to vanish before the holy symbol.
Why should they not dash across that field and vanish in the thicket?
THE DOWNFALLEMILE ZOLA
I mean, I am the more easily to be trusted; and any little constraint that you might feel with another, may vanish before me.
LITTLE DORRITCHARLES DICKENS
But do let's stop, because such a knightly castle wouldn't be rude enough to vanish right before our eyes.
THE MOTOR MAIDALICE MURIEL WILLIAMSON AND CHARLES NORRIS WILLIAMSON
"You can stay till you have eaten these twelve pop-corns," said his mother, expecting to see them vanish at one mouthful.
LITTLE MENLOUISA MAY ALCOTT
The mysteries which perplexed it vanish in the light that emanates from the Divine history of the Son of God.
CURIOSITIES OF SUPERSTITIONW. H. DAVENPORT ADAMS
And now he dared not raise his eyes, lest the dream should vanish, lest he should wake up in some cave full of snakes and lizards.
STORIES AND PICTURESISAAC LOEB PERETZ
Thenichka's amazement caused her eyes almost to start from her head, and her nervousness completely to vanish.
FATHERS AND SONSIVAN SERGEEVICH TURGENEV
To be free from this torment, to vanish into nothingness; this was the one idea that possessed her soul.

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