• Definition for "dispel"
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dispel definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To rid one's brain of: been able to dispel my doubts.
    • to-drive away or off by or like by scattering. See Synonyms at scatter.
    • to operate a vehicle away by scattering, or more resulting in to disappear; to eliminate; to banish; to dissipate.
    • To rid your mind of: been able to dispel my doubts.
    • To drive away or down by or as if by scattering. See Synonyms at scatter.
    • to-drive away by scattering, roughly to cause to vanish; to clear away; to banish; to dissipate.
    • To rid one's brain of: were able to dispel my doubts.
    • To drive away or off by or just as if by scattering. See Synonyms at scatter.
    • to push away by scattering, or more resulting in to disappear; to eliminate; to banish; to dissipate.
  • verb:
    • to push away by scattering, or even to cause to disappear; to eliminate; to banish; to dissipate.
    • resulting in to separate and go in different guidelines
    • power going away; used both with tangible and metaphoric definitions
    • to push away by scattering, or to trigger to vanish; to remove; to banish; to dissipate.
    • resulting in to separate your lives and enter various directions
    • force going away; utilized both with tangible and metaphoric definitions
    • to operate a vehicle away by scattering, or to cause to disappear; to clear away; to banish; to dissipate.
    • to cause to separate and go in various guidelines
    • force to go away; used both with tangible and metaphoric meanings
  • others:
    • to operate a vehicle off or away; scatter or disperse effectually; dissipate: because, to dispel vapors, darkness, or gloom; to dispel concerns, cares, sorrows, doubts, etc.; to dispel a tumor, or humors.
    • Synonyms Disperse, Scatter, an such like. (see dissipate), banish, pull.
    • to push off or away; scatter or disperse effectually; dissipate: as, to dispel vapors, darkness, or gloom; to dispel fears, cares, sorrows, doubts, etc.; to dispel a tumor, or humors.
    • Synonyms Disperse, Scatter, etc. (identify dissipate), banish, eliminate.
    • to push off or away; scatter or disperse effectually; dissipate: since, to dispel vapors, darkness, or gloom; to dispel worries, cares, sorrows, doubts, etc.; to dispel a tumor, or humors.
    • Synonyms Disperse, Scatter, an such like. (see dissipate), banish, remove.
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