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- v. Present participle of disappear.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- p. pr. & vb. n. of disappear.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- That disappears; vanishing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of leaving secretly or without explanation
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I have heard many statesmen say that his private business is his private business and that Sanford should only resign because of his negligence in disappearing from the state for 5 days.
After disappearing from the public eye for nearly a week, Sanford, 49, acknowledged Wednesday that he had not hiked the Appalachian Trail - as his staff had said earlier - but had been in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
African-American baseball players have been disappearing from the sport.
Thus, information is disappearing from the Internet just as quickly as it is appearing regardless of merit.
The real problem of our historic hour is that God is disappearing from the horizon of men and that with the extinguishing of the light coming from God disorientation befalls mankind, the destructive effects of which we are seeing ever more.
Amalia Dayan with Daniella Luxembourg at their gallery After disappearing from the public eye for nearly 19 years, Jeff Koons's infamous "Made in Heaven" paintings with his then wife, adult film star Ilona Staller, returned to New York this week.
Around the world ships of all shapes and sizes mysteriously begin disappearing, as do submarines and other submersibles, never to be heard from again.
Salmon disappearing is definitely a case of an ecosystem getting screwed up.
Several Republican state legislators drafted an impeachment resolution against Sanford, accusing him of "dereliction of duty" for disappearing from the state last summer without informing his staff or the the lieutenant governor.
Postman, Adam Wilson and Richard Roesler are just a few of the professionals disappearing from the field.