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dispel vs. expel

dispel vs. expeldispel vs. expel

dispel (make unpleasant feelings or false beliefs disappear): The report should dispel any doubts about the company’s future.

expel (force to leave): He was expelled from school at 16.

 

dispel vs. expel English Vocabulary

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