To become invisible or to move out of view unnoticed. (verb)
To become equal to zero. (verb)
The brief terminal part of a vowel or vocal element, differing more or less in quality from the main part. (noun)
Examples of word vanish
There, Ed, you can give one last wail about being called a racist and vanish from the thread. joe from Lowell says:
There, Ed, you can give one last wail about being called a racist and vanish from the thread.
And the print won't vanish from the pages while I sleep at the click of a cursor when some agency decides they're politically inconvenient, or because they merely 'rent' the content and have the right to reclaim it for greater profit.
The repulsion or discomfort is triggered when we see this because those who did not feel any repulsion or discomfort from blood have had their DNA vanish from the gene pool because they died before they were able to reproduce.
I did my thousand words a day, travelling or stopping over, suffered my last faint fever shock, saw my silvery skin vanish and my sun-torn tissues healthily knit again, and drank as a broad-shouldered chesty man may drink.