He followed his summoner with increasing doubt, which was not dispelled
by a solemn comicality in the scene of the study.
A knock at the door dispelled
Sarah's visions of that happy day.
These reflections have dispelled
the agitation with which I began my letter, and I feel my heart glow with an enthusiasm which elevates me to heaven, for nothing contributes so much to tranquillize the mind as a steady purpose --a point on which the soul may fix its intellectual eye.
The little store of sovereigns in the tin box seemed to be the only sight that brought a faint beam of pleasure into the miller's eyes,--faint and transient, for it was soon dispelled
by the thought that the time would be long--perhaps longer than his life,--before the narrow savings could remove the hateful incubus of debt.
They need to be dispelled
as the first step, if any headway is to be achieved in mitigating the threat that breast cancer poses to society.
Summary: Whangarei: England's Twenty20 captain Stuart Broad dispelled
all doubts over his fitness with a hat-trick .
Mario Draghi, the president of the European Central Bank (ECB), has dispelled
fears of a euro zone break up.
The Prime Minister dispelled
the impression by PML-N MNA Saad Rafiq that the army would hold talks with Baloch leaders.
I expect the doubts to be dispelled
that Washington wants to withdraw from Europe.
If you ever had any reservations about what you do for a living, Andrew Blauner and 25 of the best writers in America have dispelled
Set in the American South, across years in which racial equality was a dream to hope for but all too often dispelled
by hate and violence, A Family Gathering explores such diverse subjects as black-on-black hatred, prostitution, family strife, and the mysterious comings and goings of enigmatic figures.
There are many dangerous under-currents in the public policy milieu these days that need to be dispelled
, including: all corporations and CEOs are not evil and greedy, and CEOs can do the right thing for lots of people.