verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of vanish
Synonyms for vanish
Antonyms for vanish
Examples from the Web for vanishment
Historical Examples of vanishment
My anger at Jatinda's vanishment was evaporated in laughter.Autobiography of a YOGI
Mark the spot of its vanishment and approach never so cautiously, and you see naught.Tropic Days
E. J. Banfield
Larry had guessed that hurt pride was the reason for Hunt's vanishment from the world which had known him.Children of the Whirlwind
She would await the vanishment of the mist, passing content, meanwhile, with the heart-riches that were hers beyond peradventure.Jessamine
Word Origin for vanish
c.1300, from shortened form of stem of Old French esvanir "disappear," from Vulgar Latin *exvanire, from Latin evanescere "disappear, die out," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + vanescere "vanish," from vanus "empty" (see vain). Related: Vanished; vanishing. Vanishing point in perspective drawing is recorded from 1797.
see under into thin air.