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dispel
used in Dracula

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Definition
to drive away (get rid of) — especially a feeling or idea
  • I was quite a little startled myself, for it seemed for an instant as if the stranger had great eyes like burning flames, but a second look dispelled the illusion.
    Chapter 8 (43% in)
  • We gazed so eagerly that Arthur rose, for he had been seated on the ground, and came and looked too, and then a glad strange light broke over his face and dispelled altogether the gloom of horror that lay upon it.
    Chapter 16 (86% in)

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