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Definition of Dispel

Dispel

  1. To drive away by scattering, or so to cause to vanish; to clear away; to banish; to dissipate; as, to dispel a cloud, vapors, cares, doubts, illusions.

Dispel Quotations

Rather than ignore those who choose to publish their opinions without actually talking to me, I am happy to dispel any rumors or misconceptions and am quite proud to say that I am a very content gay man living my life to the fullest and feel most fortunate to be working with wonderful people in the business I love.
Neil Patrick Harris

We should face reality and our past mistakes in an honest, adult way. Boasting of glory does not make glory, and singing in the dark does not dispel fear.
King Hussein

Faith and doubt cannot exist in the same mind at the same time, for one will dispel the other.
Thomas S. Monson

In addition to removing our democratically elected government, Israel wants to sow dissent among Palestinians by claiming that there is a serious leadership rivalry among us. I am compelled to dispel this notion definitively.
Ismail Haniyeh

The rising sun can dispel the darkness of night, but it cannot banish the blackness of malice, hatred, bigotry, and selfishness from the hearts of humanity.
David O. McKay
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Dispel Translations

dispel in French is bannir
dispel in German is vertreiben, verbannen
dispel in Italian is esiliare
dispel in Norwegian is spre, jage bort
dispel in Spanish is deportar