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dispel
used in The Crystal Shard

6 uses
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Definition
to drive away (get rid of) — especially a feeling or idea
  • The sun was shining brightly, but the brutal cold and swirling winds dispelled any warmth the bright rays could impart.
    Book 1 — Ten-TOwns (33% in)
  • Yet even the adrenalin and bloodlust that pumped through their veins could not dispel the exhaustion from their hard march.
    Book 1 — Ten-TOwns (70% in)
  • The sounds of the battle in the street rang closer to his alley sanctuary and dispelled his contemplation.
    Book 1 — Ten-TOwns (85% in)
  • He fired up the forge and began his work at once, laboring through the night until the light of dawn dispelled the charm that was upon him.
    Book 2 — Wulfgar (20% in)
  • Biggrin had given them back the promise of action, though the giant leader's doubts about its decision were far from dispelled by the lusty enthusiasm of the soldiers.
    Book 2 — Wulfgar (52% in)
  • One of his other concerns had been dispelled, for much of the cavern's roof was only a few feet below the daylit surface and the sun found its way in through those parts that were purely ice.
    Book 3 — Cryshal-Tirith (16% in)

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