One of the greatest linguists of the day, Noam Chomsky, believes that the complexity of English has many advantages, signposting roots and connections while allowing subtleties that might otherwise evanesce .
It was natural, therefore, that Indian loyalty could not be allowed to evanesce .
Murray begins his survey at 800 B.C., arguing that innovation before then had been more species-wide than individual and had tended largely to evanesce rather than become established, other than in China.
I felt Luca's hand rub in a circular motion on my back and the sobs suddenly evanesced .
It was almost eight fifteen and the clouds were full of an orange glow as it slowly evanesced into the blue sky.
A cold breeze hit her hip as the heat of his touch evanesced .
There was also the folk memory of real poverty, which might be rapidly evanescing , but still persisted in most families.
Angel looked as though she were about to laugh for a moment, then the expression evanesced and was replaced with a more hopeless one.
Do we not now live in our various national enclaves, or seem to, on the cusp of a present evanescing even as it supposedly materializes before our very eyes?
His position may seem attractively irenic; but its appeal derives from its vagueness and ambiguity, and evanesces under closer scrutiny.