evanishing

  • 1 evanishing — v. vanish …

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  • 2 Evanish — E*van ish, v. i. [Pref. e + vanish: cf. L. evanescere. See {Evanesce}, {vanish}.] To vanish. [1913 Webster] Or like the rainbow s lovely form, Evanishing amid the storm. Burns. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 3 abatement — n. 1. Diminution, decrease, decrement, lessening, mitigation, moderation, assuagement, extenuation, remission. 2. Subsidence, decline, lowering, sinking, settling, wane, fading, evanishing, evanishment, ebb. 3. Discount, allowance, rebate,… …

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  • 4 evanescence — n. 1. Evanishing, vanishing, evanishment, disappearance, being dissipated, gradual disappearance. 2. Transitoriness, transientness, speedy passage, short continuance, fleeting nature …

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  • 5 e|van|ish — «ih VAN ihsh», intransitive verb. Poetic. 1. to vanish; disappear: »... like the rainbow s lovely form Evanishing amid the storm (Robert Burns). 2. to cease to be; die: »and cares evanish, like a morning dream (Allan Ramsay). ╂[< Old French… …

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