Dispel in a Sentence  πŸ”Š

Definition of Dispel

to cause to depart or be broken apart

Examples of Dispel in a sentence

The flowers from my husband do not dispel the fact I believe he is cheating on me.  πŸ”Š

When the president made his speech about the state of the country’s security, he hoped his words would dispel public fears.  πŸ”Š

The director of the disease center gave a press conference to dispel the myths about the Ebola virus.  πŸ”Š

Although Peg knew Sam had been in prison for assault, the knowledge was not enough to dispel the adoration she felt for him.  πŸ”Š

The National Guard was sent into the town to dispel the violent protests.  πŸ”Š

In the racist town, the well-known study does little to dispel the belief African Americans are intellectually inferior to Caucasians.  πŸ”Š

The atheist’s book aims to dispel the notion of a heavenly afterlife.  πŸ”Š

When the famous painting resurfaced after eighty years, an art expert was called in to dispel the rumor the artwork was fake.  πŸ”Š

Your theory is faulty because anyone can dispel the premise with a simple experiment.  πŸ”Š

For years, psychiatrists have sought to dispel the stigma that identifies depression as a choice and not an illness.  πŸ”Š

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