disappearance

[ UK /dˌɪsɐpˈi‍əɹəns/ ]
[ US /ˌdɪsəˈpiɹəns, ˌdɪsəˈpɪɹəns/ ]
NOUN
  1. ceasing to exist
    the disappearance of resistance at very low temperatures
    he regretted the disappearance of Greek from school curricula
    what was responsible for the disappearance of the rainforest?
  2. the act of leaving secretly or without explanation
  3. gradually ceasing to be visible
  4. the event of passing out of sight
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How To Use disappearance In A Sentence

  • The digital flux that frames our experience of physical and socio-political realities functions through continuous additions, subtractions, and disappearances.
  • We need not worry about the disappearance of this space because its elasticity prevents true rupture or breakage.
  • This in turn has triggered the disappearance of a system of symbols that once enabled immediate identification of a woman's status.
  • But then came the mysterious disappearance. Times, Sunday Times
  • A green emergency exit sign was the light to his disappearance and he made his way towards it.
  • He is accused of involvement in the deaths and disappearance of up to 10,000 people during the war in Kosovo.
  • The other has led a child-free life based in the back of the wardrobe, waiting on the substitute's bench in case of death, dissolution or disappearance of the main player.
  • The papers ran speculative stories about the mysterious disappearance of Eddie Donagan.
  • Many tags get sun-faded, worn, removed, switched, and one of our favorite theories for their disappearance is that roaches like to eat them. Prices almost never listed
  • This statement bewails the prospect of the mixed-race characters' disappearance and establishes their identity as a third race within the context of the story.
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