dissipate

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  • The morning brought more peace if it did not entirely dissipate fear. Cited from Sylvia's Lovers Vol. II, by Elizabeth Gaskell
  • They never developed into anything, and had dissipated by the end of the month.
  • After moving through the islands, its fast forward motion caused it to dissipate.
  • However, this did little to dissipate the opposition which had been building up against him.
  • The depression moved slowly towards the north-west before it dissipated during the next day.
  • It comes always to women who dissipate themselves among the many. Cited from Fate Knocks at the Door, by Will Levington Comfort
  • He even turned away his eyes for a moment in order to give the vision time to dissipate. Cited from The Red Eric, by R.M. Ballantyne
  • Only if it dissipates and then re-forms does it get renamed.
  • And yet enough has occurred within the memory of men still middle-aged to dissipate it. Cited from If Not Silver, What?, by John W. Bookwalter
  • She can use this ability on others, though the field begins to dissipate when it leaves her sight.
  • Hall's support continued to dissipate, and she fell to a distant third.
  • "It is possible they dissipate quickly, but no one has yet showed this".
  • The storm was last noted the following day as dissipating over Eastern China.
  • After that, the dry well can only accept water as fast as it can dissipate water.
  • There is some doubt whether these issues will dissipate after the conflict is resolved.
  • As the previous storm was dissipating, another tropical storm developed to its west.
  • The system quickly lost strength after moving over land, dissipating the following day over Missouri.
  • They then dissipate and leave him to make his decision.
  • On the other hand, dark energy might dissipate with time or even become attractive.
  • Gradually over the next few years he dissipated his wealth and substance and destroyed his health.
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Words starting with dissipate

Meaning of dissipate

  • verb Live a life of pleasure, especially with respect to alcoholic consumption