dissipate

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Synonyms for dissipate

Synonyms for dissipate

to cause to separate and go in various directions

to disappear by or as if by rising

to spend (money) excessively and usually foolishly

to use up foolishly or needlessly

Synonyms for dissipate

to cause to separate and go in different directions

spend frivolously and unwisely

live a life of pleasure, especially with respect to alcoholic consumption

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You should never put a disagreeable construction on the acts of another," said Charlotte, with a sweetness that tended greatly to dissipate the mortification Mr.
I do not doubt that, with your longer experience, you will be able to dissipate some of the fog which envelops certain of the things which we have to consider.
We do not get ice-cream every where, and so, when we do, we are apt to dissipate to excess.
This conclusive observation appeared to dissipate all the doubts of Gringoire and the other sceptics in the audience.
But it is useless dwelling on this theme: let me seek once more to dissipate reflection in the minor details of passing events.
It dissipates quickly for early removal with a low rpm floor buffer, walk behind or riding floor cleaner with stiff bristle pads, 100 grit sandpaper or 100 grit abrasive screen, or stiff bristle hand-held brushes.
The interior layer of the bag is impregnated with the non-toxic VpCI chemistry that dissipates into the air inside the sealed bag and dissipates when the firearm is removed, with no cleaning necessary.
Andres is forecast to continue moving northwestward until it dissipates," the centre said.
Gears also waste energy as frictional heat, which dissipates in the plant and can disrupt the bubble.
A few gems transcend the The's haunting "King of Rain," the throbbing "Empire" with Bomb the Bass--but the omission of livelier fare like her hip-hop duet with MC Lyte for "I Want Your (Hands on Me)" and the Junior Vasquez remix of Ghostland's "Guide Me God" means Collaborations dissipates too easily into aural wallpaper.
The radiant energy dissipates to 10% five seconds after power is removed.
More than an air freshener, AriaBella has a light, pleasant fragrance that dissipates once the odor is neutralized.
Usually this chemical dissipates very quickly, but some of it was caught in pockets in the attic.
The massive current from a space storm heats the ionosphere, which dissipates energy by immediately ejecting some of its own oxygen and hydrogen ions into space.
For example, printed wiring boards generate heat as the computer dissipates energy, so it is very important to know the temperature-dependence of the permittivity of the wiring board.