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- v. To vanish.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To vanish.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To vanish.
That as dust which flits up without wings I might pass and evanish
Gregorian water as of the stars which they wore, they might make them disappear and evanish.
From thenceforth no vexation, care, or grief shall take such deep impression in my heart, how hugely great or vehement soever it otherwise appear, but that it shall evanish forthwith at the sight of that my future babe, and at the hearing of the chat and prating of its childish gibberish.
Dangers fly back, run from, and shun me whithersoever I go, seven leagues around, as in the presence of the sovereign a subordinate magistracy is eclipsed; or as clouds and darkness quite evanish at the bright coming of a radiant sun; or as all sores and sicknesses did suddenly depart at the approach of the body of St. Martin a Quande.
The townis of Dundie and Sanctandrois war arrayed in ane uther battell, who come nocht to the sight of the ennemy, till that efter xij houris the mist began to evanish, and than passed some of thair horsmen to a montane, from the height whairof thay mycht discerne our nomber.
The distance between these two opposites De Quincey does not traverse by violent leaps; he does not by some feat of legerdemain evanish from the fields of impassioned eloquence, where he is an unrivalled master, to appear forthwith in those of intellectual gymnastics, where, at least, he is not surpassed.
And still fear lest the terrible glory evanish like sleep!
That as dust which flits up without wings I might pass and evanish and die!
And still fear lest the terrible glory evanish like sleep,
Suffer ye not the cause of grief and woe to evanish;
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