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Synonyms for evanesce

to pass out of sight either gradually or suddenly

Synonyms for evanesce

disappear gradually

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Teleoconch of a further 2 1/4 whorls; sculptured by numerous, close-set, incised spiral striae; striae crossed by frequent fine, irregular growth-lines rendering the former wavy; basal sculpture similar, but weakening at umbilical rim and evanescing within.
There is something about a dream that is even more harmful than death--perhaps because dreams offer occasional joy that will last but a moment before evanescing.
The danger, as suggested, is that the promised critical analysis of the text can too easily turn out to be little more than a mirage, eventually evanescing into thin air in an indeterminate region somewhere between theoretical discourse and the literary archaeology of the textual scholars.
The jolting and disconcerting nature of the sequence is exacerbated by its sharp graphic and aural contrasts established by what follows, after the brief opening credits, with the first views of the Valombreuse estate (changed from the novel's "Glendinning"): a static, deep focus, long shot of the family mansion centered in the background, graced by lush, forested hills behind, and fore-grounded with an elegantly manicured green lawn watered by sprinklers evanescing in the glow of sunrise.
139) One of the several defects of the Condon-Wadlin Act was its failure to provide any method for the resolution of disputes between government entities and their employees--the underlying controlling factor being the non-delegable authority under an evanescing doctrine of sovereignty.
Uncertain of both his criminality and any hope of temporal or spiritual redemption, uncertain even of his specific or essential humanity, Kanayo, the protagonist, attempts with his futile desperate clutches at an evanescing sanity to find meaning in a baffling world of other sundry forms of violence.
The costal vein is clearly discernable for a short distance after the costagial break, but is then evanescing.