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- adj. that vanishes
- v. Present participle of vanish.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a. & n. from vanish, v.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a sudden or mysterious disappearance
- n. a sudden disappearance from sight
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The original Polish rules, adopted by Poland's parliament for almost a century, ended with Poland vanishing from the map of Europe.
This is their desperate last chance to keep their party from vanishing from the face of the earth. the modern day whigs.
Dinosaur genera were vanishing from the fossil record long before the K/T boundary.
Your party is vanishing from the face of the earth before youre very eyes and progressives are marching forward.
Mobile Crunch reports that: With the BlackBerry Storm vanishing from the shelves at big city Verizon shops around the nation, folks have been looking for an explanation for the shortage.
Many of these foreclosed properties are vanishing from the real estate listings, rocking the state's housing market.
The stain vanishing into the knot reminds me of something I forgot.
The spoils of Pennsylvania have been vanishing from the very next day after that primary with several new Super delegate endorsing Obama.
The slimming of government included some titles vanishing with five deputy prime ministers and 11 ministers of state in the previous administration being reduced to three and two respectively in the new one.
I also need to tame my initial urge to somehow watch them all (an act that would entail my vanishing from the real world for a couple of weeks, and upon my return be unrecognizable due to certain physical exertions) but a porn marathon is not the same as say watching 56 episodes of Pokemon in one go.