the act of leaving secretly or without explanation
the event of passing out of sight
gradually ceasing to be visible
ceasing to exist
"he regretted the disappearance of Greek from school curricula"; "what was responsible for the disappearance of the rainforest?"; "the disappearance of resistance at very low temperatures"
The action of disappearing or vanishing.
the act of disappearing; cessation of appearance; removal from sight; vanishing
Disappearance is a young adult novel written by Jude Watson, the sequel to Premonitions.
The numerical value of disappearance in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of disappearance in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Sin brought death, and death will disappear with the disappearance of sin.
The disappearance of a sense of responsibility is the most far-reaching consequence of submission to authority.
It's a concern. I think this is at the research stage, we have seen a 'Houdini' disappearance of market makers in general.
The disappearance of the students was the trigger. Many people are still scared but we have to break it for things to change.
Religion is the servant of the vanishing; science, of the existence! Disappearance belongs to the chaos and the Devil; existence, to the God!
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Translations for disappearance
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- desaparicióCatalan, Valencian
- scomparsa, sparizioneItalian
- abitus, fugaLatin
- desaparecimento, desapariçãoPortuguese
- исчезнове́ние, пропа́жаRussian
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