VANISH: Synonyms and Related Words. What is Another Word for VANISH?

Need another word that means the same as “vanish”? Find 31 synonyms and 30 related words for “vanish” in this overview.

The synonyms of “Vanish” are: disappear, fell, fly, go away, vaporize, vanish into thin air, be lost to sight, be lost to view, be invisible, become invisible, evaporate, dissipate, disperse, fade, fade away, melt away, evanesce, recede from view, withdraw, depart, leave, come to an end, end, cease to be, cease to exist, pass away, pass, die out, be no more, become extinct, become obsolete

Vanish as a Verb

Definitions of "Vanish" as a verb

According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “vanish” as a verb can have the following definitions:

  • Become invisible or unnoticeable.
  • Become zero.
  • Pass away rapidly.
  • Decrease rapidly and disappear.
  • Cease to exist.
  • Get lost, as without warning or explanation.
  • Disappear suddenly and completely.
  • Gradually cease to exist.

Synonyms of "Vanish" as a verb (31 Words)

be invisibleHave life, be alive.
be lost to sightRepresent, as of a character on stage.
be lost to viewBe identical to; be someone or something.
be no moreTo remain unmolested, undisturbed, or uninterrupted — used only in infinitive form.
become extinctEnter or assume a certain state or condition.
become invisibleEnhance the appearance of.
become obsoleteUndergo a change or development.
cease to bePut an end to a state or an activity.
cease to existHave an end, in a temporal, spatial, or quantitative sense; either spatial or metaphorical.
come to an endHave a certain priority.
departLeave (one’s job.
The train departs at noon.
die outLanguish as with love or desire.
disappearBecome invisible or unnoticeable.
It is estimated that some 7000 people have been disappeared by security forces.
disperseMove away from each other.
Caravan sites could be dispersed among trees so as to be out of sight.
dissipateTo cause to separate and go in different directions.
The cloud of smoke dissipated.
endHave an end in a temporal spatial or quantitative sense either spatial or metaphorical.
When the war ended policy changed.
evanesceDisappear gradually.
Water moves among reeds evanesces shines.
evaporateCause to change into a vapor.
Evaporate milk.
fade(of a racehorse, runner, etc.) lose strength and cease to perform well.
She faded near the finish.
fade awayLose freshness, vigor, or vitality.
fellCause to fall by or as if by delivering a blow.
flyHit a fly.
Man cannot fly.
go awayStop operating or functioning.
leaveLeave behind unintentionally.
This leaves no room for improvement.
melt awayBecome less clearly visible or distinguishable; disappear gradually or seemingly.
passPass over across or through.
The Portuguese trade passed its peak in the 1760s.
pass awayTransfer to another; of rights or property.
recede from viewRetreat.
vanish into thin airBecome invisible or unnoticeable.
vaporizeConvert or be converted into vapour.
There is a large current which is sufficient to vaporize carbon.
withdrawWithdraw from active participation.
Both countries agreed to withdraw their troops.

Usage Examples of "Vanish" as a verb

  • The money vanished in las Vegas.
  • The effect vanished when day broke.
  • An entire civilization vanished.
  • The environment is under threat—hedgerows and woodlands are vanishing.
  • Moira vanished without trace.

Associations of "Vanish" (30 Words)

ablateGradually remove material from or erode (a surface or object) by melting, evaporation, frictional action, etc., or erode (material) in this way.
Therapeutic intervention to ablate existing cancer cells.
apoplecticRelating to or denoting apoplexy (stroke.
An apoplectic attack.
deceasePass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life.
He deceased at his palace of Croydon.
desiccantA hygroscopic substance used as a drying agent.
A small packet of desiccant to absorb any moisture.
desiccationThe removal of moisture from something.
Stems were stored in plastic bags to prevent desiccation.
dieDie one after another until few or none are left.
The original founders died off or retired.
disappearGet lost, as without warning or explanation.
The sun had disappeared.
disappearanceThe act of leaving secretly or without explanation.
He regretted the disappearance of Greek from school curricula.
dissipateSpend frivolously and unwisely.
The concern she d felt for him had wholly dissipated.
drynessThe condition of not containing or being covered by a liquid (especially water.
There s a lovely dryness to this straw coloured wine.
evaporate(of something abstract) cease to exist.
The water evaporated in front of our eyes.
evaporationThe process of turning from liquid into vapour.
Snow cover prevents evaporation of water from the soil.
extinctPermanently inactive.
The sort of girls school that is now extinct.
fadeA golf shot that curves to the right for a right-handed golfer.
The light had faded and dusk was advancing.
forgetForget to do something.
Don t forget to call the chairman of the board to the meeting.
goneHaving reached a specified time in a pregnancy.
Bygone days.
hideA camouflaged shelter used to observe wildlife at close quarters.
He used to hide out in a cave.
inconspicuousNot prominent or readily noticeable.
An inconspicuous red brick building.
invisibleInvisible exports and imports.
This invisible gas is present to some extent in every home.
lapse(of a right, privilege, or agreement) become invalid because it is not used, claimed, or renewed; expire.
The country has lapsed into chaos.
leaveLeave unchanged or undisturbed or refrain from taking.
Leave the room.
missBe too late to catch (a passenger vehicle or the post.
She misses all her old friends.
neglectThe trait of neglecting responsibilities and lacking concern.
He was reported for neglect of duty.
obscurityThe state of being indistinct or indefinite for lack of adequate illumination.
He worked in obscurity for many years.
perish(of rubber, food, etc.) lose its normal qualities; rot or decay.
An abandoned tyre whose rubber had perished.
transpirationThe emission of water vapor from the leaves of plants.
Plants lose more than 90 per cent of their water through transpiration.
undeservedNot warranted, merited, or earned.
Has an undeserved reputation as a coward.
unseenAn unseen passage for translation.
It seemed she might escape unseen.
vaporizeDecrease rapidly and disappear.
All my stock assets have vaporized.
withdrawWithdraw from active participation.
Both countries agreed to withdraw their troops.

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