dispel vs. expel

dispel 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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die vs. dye

die vs. dye die (stop living): Who lives by hope will die by hunger.  dye (change the color of something): She want to dye her hair blonde.   die vs. dye – English Vocabulary

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