Examples of vanish in a Sentence
The missing girl vanished without a trace a year ago.
The papers seem to have vanished into thin air.
Dinosaurs vanished from the face of the earth millions of years ago.
Recent Examples of vanish from the Web
This is what gives eclipses their Dionysian edge, this sense that a vanishing sun could unleash something primal and violent.
In the late 1200s, the Ancestral Puebloan people of what is today the Four Corners Region of the American Southwest suddenly vanished.
At school, Blue's teachers and classmates were wonderful and supportive, but when the superintendent heard about Blue, the school's inclusive environment vanished.
GET SMART FAST: A Pennsylvania man confessed to participating in the slaying of four young men in Bucks County — all of whom were between the ages of 19 and 22, and vanished in the past week from the Philadelphia suburb.
Garrard is one of more than 1,200 professional and amateur performers in town at the Galt House Hotel sharing their favorite tricks at workshops, networking and shopping a magicians bazaar filled with magic playing cards, vanishing objects and more.
The posts prompted a swift backlash against Kardashian; his Instagram account vanished shortly after the tirade, and he's been accused of having violated California's revenge porn law.
The posts prompted a swift backlash against Kardashian; his Instagram account vanished shortly after the tirade and he's been accused of having violated California's revenge porn law.
Visible on clear nights, clouds of glowing green slowly morph into gyrating arcs that cover the sky — then vanish.
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Origin and Etymology of vanish
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
Synonymsdematerialize, dissolve, evanesce, evaporate, fade, flee, fly, go (away), melt, sink, disappear
Related Wordsblank (out), clear, die (away or down or out), disperse, dissipate, dissolve, dry up; blur, dim
Near Antonymsarrive, break out, come out, emerge, issue, loom, show up
VANISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vanish for English Language Learners
: to disappear entirely without a clear explanation
: to stop existing
VANISH Defined for Kids
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