- adj. often of a political dissident Caused to disappear.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of disappear.
“The word disappeared from the Danish political vocabulary Kristensen, 1987a.”
“His name disappeared into the night, captured in the breeze even as he bent his head to sweep his lips down my neck, and he reached up beneath my shirt to press a hardened nipple.”
“After a few seconds of searching the word disappeared and the handset turned itself off again.”
“His name disappeared from all histories, his image from all tapestries.”
“And if the power and the wealth and the title disappeared tomorrow, she would remain by his side.”
“The foreign protein disappeared from the circulation at just the rate that would be expected if no anti-bodies against it had been formed.”
“But when she saw the reviews she changed her mind and my name disappeared from the credits.”
“The label disappeared again after Seymour Solomon's death in 2002, until Harkit Records in the UK very recently licensed the material from its current owners and issued its first fifteen titles in 2008.”
“Yesterday, his name disappeared from the presenters list.”
“When speeches by the three of us were more pedestrian, he made sure that his name disappeared from the draft.”
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