Dispel in a sentence as a verb

It's so deeply ingrained, it's gonna take a long while to dispel it.

My goal is exactly to dispel some of these myths:- It's not a pyramid scheme.

I just want to dispel the notion that there are no differences between OCaml and F#.

I was just trying to dispel the impression that we're close to simulating the human brain.

There will be myths to dispel, growing animosities, lack of direction.

I'm glad Julie took the time to respond to Dustin's article and dispel the lower revenue assumption.

Actual Moto 360 owner here to dispel the two most common complains because I'm tired of hearing them parroted online.

In the article you posted, "tenure" appears exactly twice, neither time doing anything to dispel that notion.

Only a tale of my own path and what I found important and not so important along my way which will hopefully dispel many of your fears and self-criticism.

I listened to a NPR event by her and was so surprised how she used stereotypes about men to dispel stereotypes about women and no one once called her on it!

But treatment can only dispel pseudo-dead-ends where the "depression was speaking", so to speak, which weren't really dead ends; it can't manufacture a way out of actual dead ends, like impending lengthy imprisonment.

Dispel definitions


force to go away; used both with concrete and metaphoric meanings; "Drive away potential burglars"; "drive away bad thoughts"; "dispel doubts"; "The supermarket had to turn back many disappointed customers"


to cause to separate and go in different directions; "She waved her hand and scattered the crowds"

See also: disperse dissipate scatter