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
After mingling with friends, Randy and the car vanished.
Unfortunately for Palace fans, their lead soon vanished once again after a lapse in defence.
Alexandria Foust, 19, of Cadillac, and 34-year-old Jeff Hurley of Prudenville, vanished on Nov. 7, 2017.
The lesions disappear after a week or two; for some, their concerns vanish along with the lesions.
The network vanished from cable channels at midnight Sunday when the station that ran the channel permanently closed.
Adding to the fear of underground Catholics in China, one of their bishops, who was previously detained by officials, recently vanished for two days ahead of Easter.
When the tape of the meeting became public, on Aug. 5, 1974, the president’s remaining support vanished.
A few hundred feet away, near a large building off in the distance, a handful of small white blurs begin to appear, vanish, and then reappear a little closer to the gazebo, blinking their way along the bridal path.
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Origin and Etymology of vanish
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
drop out of sight;
VANISH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of vanish for English Language Learners
: to disappear entirely without a clear explanation
: to stop existing
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