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adjective as in disappearing

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noun as in disappearance

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But they are paid less, and the vanishing overtime pay is a big part of why.

In fact the vanishing sea is a warning: a harbinger of the long feared war over water in Central Asia.

But that is not the only risk posed by the ghost of this vanishing sea.

People sense the entire country collapsing, even vanishing around them, becoming, as one friend put it, an ‘anti-country.’

In the mysterious case of Malaysia Flight 370 there are really two vanishing acts.

Haggard leant from the window, waving his hand; his wife gazed after the vanishing train, standing like Niobe, dissolved in tears.

"He's a big guy all right," he observed, thumbing toward the vanishing driver.

The burden and mystery of life lay heavily on him—its lasting calamities and vanishing joys, its trials and disappointments.

Hope had gone, dreams were unreal and vanishing as the mist that crawled along the bog-pools at night.

He knew that all his moral consciousness was fast vanishing, and leaving him a bad and reckless boy.

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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to vanishing, such as: fading, fleeting, and going.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.