Israeli officials have made little effort to dispel such speculation.
She knows she needs to do something to dispel her dark thoughts and decides on a visit to the Royal Mews after luncheon.
If Paul Ryan wanted to dispel his image as a green-eyeshade guy obsessed with deficits, he came to CPAC with the wrong speech.
He is certainly right that it is time to dispel any illusions about this relationship and keep our expectations modest.
With no lack of inspiration or complexity, you dispel pesky preconceptions that Gemini is superficial.
Nor does he give any reason, as that the moon was shining, or that some artificial light was present to dispel the darkness.
There is always a certain mystery about these adventures: I can dispel it.
dispel gloominess from your forehead: the modest man generally carries the look of a sullen one; the reserved, of a churl.
It seemed to dispel the gloom from the party, and they appreciated McCarthy's jokes.
Why not make permanent a state of mind of the public which does so much to dispel the danger of a bloody revolution?
c.1400, dispelen, from Latin dispellere "drive apart," from dis- "away" (see dis-) + pellere "to drive, push" (see pulse (n.1)). Since the meaning is "to drive away in different directions" it should not have as an object a single, indivisible thing (you can dispel suspicion, but not an accusation). Related: Dispelled; dispelling.