Definition of Dissipates

1. Verb. (third-person singular of dissipate) ¹



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Definition of Dissipates

1. dissipate [v] - See also: dissipate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dissipates

dissimulatingly
dissimulation
dissimulations
dissimulative
dissimulator
dissimulators
dissimulour
dissing
dissipable
dissipate
dissipated
dissipatedly
dissipatedness
dissipater
dissipaters
dissipates (current term)
dissipating
dissipation
dissipation function
dissipation functions
dissipational
dissipationless
dissipations
dissipative
dissipatively
dissipativities
dissipativity
disslander
dissociabilities
dissociability

Literary usage of Dissipates

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1. The Means and Ends of Universal Education by Ira Mayhew (1860)
"We remark, then, first, that EDUCATION dissipates THE EVILS OF IGNORANCE. Ignorance is one principal cause of the want of virtue, and of the immoralities ..."

2. The Library of Wit and Humor, Prose and Poetry: Selected from the Literature by Rufus Edmonds Shapley (1884)
"... three times a week, dissipates majestically at the cider cellars afterwards, and is a dirty caricature of the fashion which expired six months ago. ..."

3. A handbook of therapeutics by Sydney Ringer (1873)
"... the property of changing the vitality of the tissues, and produces rapid cicatrization, dissipates the inflammation and hypertrophy, and relieves pain. ..."

4. The Divine Legation of Moses Demonstrated by William Warburton (1837)
"that the interpretation here given entirely dissipates all those blustering objections which infidelity hath raised up against the historic truth of the ..."

5. The Golden Verses of Pythagoras by Pythagoras, Antoine Fabre D'olivet, Nayán Louise Redfield (1917)
"... the truth, which he attains by his union with the Being of beings, dissipates the darkness with which his intelligence is obsessed; and both of them, ..."

6. When we were boys: A Novel by William O'Brien (1890)
"HANS BARMAN dissipates ' THAT is all you have learned. Why I knew this all along. There are not many things that happen here unknown to me. ..."

7. Popular Education; for the Use of Parents and Teachers, and for Young by Ira Mayhew (1850)
"We remark, then, first, that EDUCATION dissipates THE EVILS OF IGNORANCE. Ignorance is one principal cause of the want of virtue, ..."

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