disappearance


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Synonyms for disappearance

the act or an example of passing out of sight

Synonyms for disappearance

the act of leaving secretly or without explanation

gradually ceasing to be visible

Synonyms

ceasing to exist

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If the disappearance of the half-disc of the sun coincided with twelve o'clock on the chronometer, we were at the pole itself.
It was her husband, who had discovered the disappearance of the moneybag, and was crying "Thieves
He saw clearly that if he took Jacob himself, his absence, conjoined with the disappearance of the stranger, would either cause the conviction that he was really a relative, or would oblige him to the dangerous course of inventing a story to account for his disappearance, and his own absence at the same time.
An incident which occurred as nearly as I can estimate about three weeks after the disappearance of Toby, convinced me that the natives, from some reason or other, would interpose every possible obstacle to my leaving them.
Shuttleworthy's disappearance, had absolutely the audacity to acknowledge that on that very morning he had been out with his rifle deer-stalking, in the immediate neighbourhood of the pool where the blood-stained waistcoat had been discovered through the sagacity of Mr.
There are rumours of foul play in the matter, and it is said that the police have caused the arrest of the woman who had caused the original disturbance, in the belief that, from jealousy or some other motive, she may have been concerned in the strange disappearance of the bride.
The disappearance of all the fishing-boats that went out two days ago is not an ordinary circumstance.
So that is the tail end of the telegram which Godfrey Staunton dispatched within a few hours of his disappearance.
Well did Gahan remember the mysterious disappearance of the Princess Haja and an entire utan of her personal troops.
Then there was his unaccountable disappearance for weeks; there was von Horn's strange reticence and seeming ignorance as to the circumstances which brought the young man to the island, or his equally unaccountable disappearance after having rescued her from Number One.
And Mister Haggin had failed to solve the mystery of Patsy's and Kathleen's disappearance.
If he took to flight, his sudden disappearance would be a suspicious circumstance in itself, and would therefore provoke inquiries which might lead to serious results.
We are as much astonished as you are at his extraordinary disappearance.
At one time, about five years after the disappearance, these stories of the supernatural became so rife, or through some attesting circumstances seemed so important, that some of Marion's most serious citizens deemed it well to investigate, and to that end arranged for a night session on the premises.
A second dose of poison--larger than the dose administered in the early morning--has been given during the absence of the nurse, and (observe) during the disappearance also of Mrs.