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Multiple Meanings
dispel

trying to dispel common myths about dieting
to drive away (get rid of) — especially a feeling or idea

Dispel is generally used to in reference to getting rid of ideas or feelings, but more rarely, it can be used to reference the scattering away of something physical as in:  "The noise dispelled the pigeons."
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