1 The wounds on the throat had absolutely disappeared.
2 He cannot melt into thin air nor disappear through cracks or chinks or crannies.
3 The tomb itself was hidden by trees, and I could not see where the figure disappeared.
4 He ran back and saw his feet disappear through the window, and had at once sent up for me.
5 But the instant she had disappeared he pulled me, suddenly and forcibly, into the dining-room and closed the door.
6 To the general disappointment, however, it was not to be found; it seems to have disappeared entirely from the town.
7 The women closed round, whilst I was aghast with horror; but as I looked they disappeared, and with them the dreadful bag.
8 The driver saw it at the same moment; he at once checked the horses, and, jumping to the ground, disappeared into the darkness.
9 But if she die in truth, then all cease; the tiny wounds of the throats disappear, and they go back to their plays unknowing ever of what has been.
10 As I stood, the driver jumped again into his seat and shook the reins; the horses started forward, and trap and all disappeared down one of the dark openings.
11 The gypsies, taking us as in some way the cause of the extraordinary disappearance of the dead man, turned, without a word, and rode away as if for their lives.
12 It is a very strange thing, this sleep-walking, for as soon as her will is thwarted in any physical way, her intention, if there be any, disappears, and she yields herself almost exactly to the routine of her life.
13 He said that in his watch he had been sheltering behind the deck-house, as there was a rain-storm, when he saw a tall, thin man, who was not like any of the crew, come up the companion-way, and go along the deck forward, and disappear.