evanish

evanish

(ɪˈvænɪʃ)
vb
a poetic word for vanish
[C15: from Old French esvanir, from Latin ēvānēscere to vanish]
eˈvanishment n
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evanish


Past participle: evanished
Gerund: evanishing

Imperative
evanish
evanish
Present
I evanish
you evanish
he/she/it evanishes
we evanish
you evanish
they evanish
Preterite
I evanished
you evanished
he/she/it evanished
we evanished
you evanished
they evanished
Present Continuous
I am evanishing
you are evanishing
he/she/it is evanishing
we are evanishing
you are evanishing
they are evanishing
Present Perfect
I have evanished
you have evanished
he/she/it has evanished
we have evanished
you have evanished
they have evanished
Past Continuous
I was evanishing
you were evanishing
he/she/it was evanishing
we were evanishing
you were evanishing
they were evanishing
Past Perfect
I had evanished
you had evanished
he/she/it had evanished
we had evanished
you had evanished
they had evanished
Future
I will evanish
you will evanish
he/she/it will evanish
we will evanish
you will evanish
they will evanish
Future Perfect
I will have evanished
you will have evanished
he/she/it will have evanished
we will have evanished
you will have evanished
they will have evanished
Future Continuous
I will be evanishing
you will be evanishing
he/she/it will be evanishing
we will be evanishing
you will be evanishing
they will be evanishing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been evanishing
you have been evanishing
he/she/it has been evanishing
we have been evanishing
you have been evanishing
they have been evanishing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been evanishing
you will have been evanishing
he/she/it will have been evanishing
we will have been evanishing
you will have been evanishing
they will have been evanishing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been evanishing
you had been evanishing
he/she/it had been evanishing
we had been evanishing
you had been evanishing
they had been evanishing
Conditional
I would evanish
you would evanish
he/she/it would evanish
we would evanish
you would evanish
they would evanish
Past Conditional
I would have evanished
you would have evanished
he/she/it would have evanished
we would have evanished
you would have evanished
they would have evanished
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
References in classic literature ?
The Kangaroo immediately adjourned, tracing against the sunset sky a parabolic curve spanning seven provinces, and evanished below the horizon.
After brief space we looked again, and lo The man was gone, evanished from our eyes; Only the king we saw with upraised hand Shading his eyes as from some awful sight, That no man might endure to look upon.
'Do not be afraid.' Kim spoke as though he could have evanished on the moment.
As Jason Evanish points out in a detailed and insightful blog post, "it's what you do that matters.
"India is maintaining the policy of genocide in Kashmir which they are implementing in letter and spirit, torturing the young generation physically as well as psychologically, implementing the warfare techniques to evanish the resistance movement," he said.
Henry Schein is "certainly among our most successful lockbox users," says Alan Evanish, senior receivables product manager at BNY Mellon Treasury Services.
It has been shown that proprioceptive knowledge is of extreme importance for the neural control of motion and that the upper extremity proprioceptive sense is commonly decreased or evanished following stroke (5).
As expected, adding 2% CE to aPLA increased its viscosity and evanished the Newtonian plateau.
"Willed and evanished figures," like prepared sketches, stand ready to receive the elements he associates with streamy vivacity--green vigor, fire, and color.
This is apparent from that poem's opening couplet, where a trimeter line following the opening pentameter is end-rhymed so emphatically as to suggest its unnatural reduction: "Matthew and Mark and Luke and holy John / Evanished all and gone!" Like passages of "Why should I say ...?," the second line of "Epi-Strauss-ion" becomes a pentameter manque, its final feet disconcertingly "evanished."