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van·ish

 (văn′ĭsh)
intr.v. van·ished, van·ish·ing, van·ish·es
1.
a. To pass out of sight, especially quickly; disappear. See Synonyms at disappear.
b. To pass out of existence: when the dinosaurs vanished from the earth.
2. Mathematics To become zero. Used of a function or variable.

[Middle English vanisshen, alteration of Old French esvanir, esvaniss-, from Vulgar Latin *exvanīre, alteration of Latin ēvānēscere : ē-, ex-, ex- + vānēscere, to vanish (from vānus, empty; see euə- in Indo-European roots).]

van′ish·er n.
van′ish·ing·ly adv.
van′ish·ment n.

vanished

(ˈvænɪʃt)
adj
(of civilizations, cities, species) having ceased to exist
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.vanished - having passed out of existencevanished - having passed out of existence; "vanished civilizations"
nonexistent - not having existence or being or actuality; "chimeras are nonexistent"

vanished

adjective
No longer in use, force, or operation:
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When the Ariel cleared from Malu, on the north-west coast of Malaita, Malaita sank down beneath the sea-rim astern and, so far as Jerry's life was concerned, remained sunk for ever--another vanished world, that, in his consciousness, partook of the ultimate nothingness that had befallen Skipper.
He did not fall to the earth--he vanished before touching it.
She was right, for Leslie's air of constraint suddenly vanished.
Whence came Peter O'Connor, and whither vanished, after writing his little name of a day on the woodland that was to become a vineyard?
There was an emerald flash in his eyes as he glanced at me from the shadow of the trees, a half-luminous colour that vanished as he turned his head again.
I proceed to put myself in communication with her; I even happen to possess some special means,' with a glance at Eugene, 'of putting myself in communication with her; but I fail too, because she has vanished.
I thought it would,' said the Cat, and vanished again.
Once - it was in the old harbour, just before the Tremolino's last voyage - he vanished thus overboard to my infinite consternation.
When the peasants, with their singing, had vanished out of sight and hearing, a weary feeling of despondency at his own isolation, his physical inactivity, his alienation from this world, came over Levin.
Our lives, our tears, as water, Are spilled upon the ground; God giveth no man quarter, Yet God a means hath found; Though faith and hope have vanished, And even love grows dim; A means whereby His banished Be not expelled from Him!
When the Man had vanished inside, Saint Peter took his memorandum- tablet and made the following entry:
The bird rose up in the air in its agony and vanished into the clouds, and the youth fell on to the broad branches of the apple-tree.