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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of evanesce.

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Examples

  • However, my sympathy for their viewpoint quickly evanesces because of the tendentious fog throughout their press release, including the Big Lie that “being an undocumented immigrant is not a crime, it is a civil violation.”

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  • So much beauty evanesces like foam lace the incoming tide is busy tatting.

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  • If there was no serious Diana-Dodi romance, then the core motive for conspiracy evanesces like rain on a summer sidewalk.

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  • One thing about reading on line -- especially reading to blog -- is that what you don't finish evanesces.

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  • No sooner has this general notion been formed than it evanesces before the dialectic of Socrates; and Nicias appears from the other side with the Socratic doctrine, that courage is knowledge.

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  • His fury evanesces like fog under a blazing hot sun.

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  • No sooner has this general notion been formed than it evanesces before the dialectic of Socrates; and Nicias appears from the other side with the

    Laches

  • No image of the _sea_ is suggested; and arms, incongruous in relation to the literal sea, is not so in relation to a multitude; besides, that the image _arms_ itself, evanesces for the same reason into

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  • Remove government monopoly privileges (i.e., legal tender laws), and the Fed's power evanesces.

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  • And they are each other than one another, as being plural and not singular; for if one is not, they cannot be singular but every particle of them is infinite in number; and even if a person takes that which appears to be the smallest fraction, this, which seemed one, in a moment evanesces into many, as in a dream, and from being the smallest becomes very great, in comparison with the fractions into which it is split up?

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