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
Things small and large - toys and family photos and entire buildings - vanish in torrents of water and gusts of wind.
Before he was anointed China’s leader, in the fall of 2012, Mr. Xi mysteriously vanished for two weeks.
Her daughter vanishes in the night, and Jane complicates matters by lying.
Now that Mr Maldonado has vanished, the president’s opponents are on edge.
The good vibes the Texas Rangers had going at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., vanished in an instant against the Houston Astros Thursday afternoon.
The vanishing confidence is likely to show in campaigns for national elections expected by next spring.
But less than a week later, the viral Facebook post has vanished from Facebook.
Brenda had seemingly vanished into the humid Tampa air.
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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
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