- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of disappear.
“If a label disappears, the artist loses that contractual protection.”
“On the other hand, that one character who disappears from the movie less than a third of the way through is so vividly portrayed that we continue to see her and feel her presence throughout the whole rest of the movie.”
“This story has Ted and Kat searching for a cousin who disappears from the London Eye Ferris wheel.”
“Optical illusion by McCann for Hygiene makes it look like a stain disappears as you get closer to the sweater.”
“I'm working on a second novel called Long Man, set in the Tennessee Valley during the Great Depression, about a little girl who disappears from a town in the months before it's flooded.”
“But catch it quick before it disappears from the schedule.”
“The real world is never in equilibrium, and never will be until life disappears from the universe and all that is left are the remnants of burned out stars radiating away their residual energy in the infrared spectrum.”
“And it was then that the name of Vange disappears from the page of history.”
“In the meantime, a woman disappears from a supermarket car park, leaving her six-year-old son terrified in the back of her car.”
“If you are hoping to draw a big buck to your stand with a urine-based lure, you better do it fast, before your favorite doe-in-estrous or dominant-buck scent disappears from the local outdoor-store shelf.”
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