verb (used with object), dis·solved, dis·solv·ing.
verb (used without object), dis·solved, dis·solv·ing.
Origin of dissolve
Synonyms for dissolve
Related Words for dissolvesoften, disband, separate, dissipate, evaporate, crumble, fade, vanish, disperse, demolish, suspend, collapse, overthrow, vacate, dismiss, terminate, cancel, discharge, adjourn, destroy
Examples from the Web for dissolve
Contemporary Examples of dissolve
For the death of one of its members cannot, I am determined, dissolve the T.C.B.S… Yes, publish….Why World War I Is at the Heart of ‘Lord of the Rings’
July 29, 2014
“YCT come get me,” they chanted until the crowd began to dissolve.How a Game of Tag Turned a Texas Campus Into Immigration’s Ground Zero
November 21, 2013
City Opera will dissolve unless $7 million is raised to fund the season by midnight on Monday.'Breaking Bad' Breaks Records, Hillary Clinton Doc Cancelled
September 30, 2013
You remember the famous Bertolt Brecht line about how the government should just “dissolve the people and elect another”?A New GOP? Not Yet
February 7, 2013
An upcoming court ruling on the constitutionality of the parliamentary elections could dissolve the Islamist-dominated Parliament.Confusion Surrounds Egypt’s Presidential Elections, Set for May 23
May 2, 2012
Historical Examples of dissolve
Besides, as he said to a colleague, "If we did not dissolve we would be showing the white feather."The Grand Old Man
Richard B. Cook
Dissolve an ounce of isinglass in as much warm water as will cover it.
Pour on them as much white wine as will cover and dissolve them.
Dissolve half a pound of loaf-sugar in half a pint of claret.
Then dissolve it by stirring it in a saucepan over the fire.The Skilful Cook