“This actually really surpassed my expectations,” Lawrence told us later on, well after the crowd had dissipated.
Now, the pressure to be "the cool guy" or "the drug guy" has dissipated.
In some cases the cost can linger long after the pleasure has dissipated.
But the darkness that enveloped Don at the end of the season may not have dissipated just yet.
He says those concerns have dissipated since most theater owners have now agreed to play the movie.
This modification occurring in individuals is dissipated rather rapidly, especially when the chain of experimenters is broken.
Your bottle is broken, and the material it contained is dissipated.
Her eyes, which had already lost much of the dissipated look, were alight with exaltation.
Wild, dissipated, reckless, he was dismissed from West Point.
Some years ago a moustache was looked upon by serious English people as decidedly reckless and dissipated.
early 15c., from Latin dissipatus, past participle of dissipare "to spread abroad, scatter, disperse; squander, disintegrate," from dis- "apart" (see dis-) + supare "to throw, scatter," from PIE *swep- "to throw, sling, cast" (cf. Lithuanian supu "to swing, rock," Old Church Slavonic supo "to strew"). Related: Dissipated; dissipates; dissipating.