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Sentence count:116+3 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-02-01Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: dispersedrive awayscatterSimilar words: dispersedispensabledispensationindispensablespellspell outwhisperdisplayMeaning: [dɪ'spel]  v. 1. force to go away; used both with concrete and metaphoric meanings 2. to cause to separate and go in different directions. 
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1. We hope the programme will dispel certain misconceptions about the disease.
2. We want to dispel the myth that you cannot eat well in Britain.
3. The government has moved to dispel the rumours.
4. The police moved quickly to dispel the rumours.
5. I tried in vain to dispel her misgivings.
6. We must dispel this notion that you can rely on the state for everything.
7. It was important to dispel the myth that Aids was a gay disease.
8. The President is attempting to dispel the notion that he has neglected the economy.
9. It is time to dispel the myth of a classless society .
10. The company is trying to dispel rumours about a take - over.
11. Direct contact helps dispel myths and dissolves stereotypes.
12. This separate class consciousness he endeavored to dispel.
13. These two fine packages should dispel that notion.
14. They may help to dispel some of the arrogant delusions prevalent in the country.
15. We're trying to dispel the notion that it's cool to smoke or drink.
16. Jean had even managed to dispel my doubts about your sincerity.
17. The practitioner will be aiming to dispel any negative thoughts about marathon running from your mind.
18. Finally[sentencedict.com],[sentencedict.com] may I dispel a couple of nonsensical rumours that are currently circulating.
19. To dispel another myth: we have not entirely evolved from this animal ability to use our senses for survival.
20. The only way she knew to dispel it was to break free of his grasp and get into the canoe.
21. It would take an ingrate great courage to work on ways to dispel such measures.
22. Before proceeding further it would perhaps be as well to dispel one or two myths.
23. In an interview Monday, the Foreign Affairs Secretary tried to dispel doubts about his handling of the crisis.
24. Schoonover hopes that having the theater functioning will finally dispel any lingering doubts that the project is moving forward.
25. A feeling for chronology, gradually acquired, should help to dispel confusion.
26. The tone of my previous paragraphs is open to a misunderstanding which I must dispel.
27. In this respect there is sometimes a need to dispel some of the myths which surround alcohol.
28. Hicks brushed aside the blue haze of his cigar and felt suddenly that he was trying to dispel more than cigar smoke.
29. In such letters he sounded very much himself-direct, sincere, kind, and eager to dispel any possible misunderstanding.
30. A hymn should be an act of worship in its own right and not something to dispel a silence.
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