But Saif dispelled the myth that his fingers had been cut off in revenge.
But in an interview with The Daily Beast, Marshall dispelled any doubts.
But at least the illusion of a short-cut to individual and national wealth has been dispelled.
But, Gazzaniga argues, neuroscience has dispelled the myth of such a self, of such a “you.”
I've changed my mind about same-sex marriage as experience has dispelled my fears of the harms from same-sex marriage.
Even the small threat that Hugo Gearey might come again to plague her had been dispelled by news of his transfer.
Just a tiny little ray of sunshine had dispelled all the gloom for a minute.
As the plans have developed under their direction their doubts have been dispelled.
The coming of daylight dispelled his fears but increased his loneliness.
Thus she was kept in ignorance which she was determined should, if possible, be dispelled.
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.