Missing and Vanished


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Missing adjective – Not present or in evidence.
Usage example: any sense of how real people talk and act is missing from this novel

Vanished and missing are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Vanished" instead an adjective "Missing". popular alternative
Nearby Words: miss, mission, missed
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Vanished adjective – No longer existing.
Usage example: the vanished tradition of the maypole as the center for May Day festivities

Missing and vanished are semantically related. You can use "Missing" instead an adjective "Vanished". popular alternative
Nearby Words: vanish, vanishing
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  • Missing White Woman Syndrome Vanished hung a lampshade on it: an FBI agent investigating a missing senator's wife tells a reporter that they don't want the same thing: while he wants the victim found safe and sound, she wants her missing for as long as possible to drum up her ratings.
  • Writers Cannot Do Math It's mentioned that she was 10 when her brother vanished, and that he was missing for twelve years.
  • Gendercide There's also a sub-plot about a missing female detective—turns out, she was secretly a transsexual and also vanished with the rest of the men.
    Source: Gendercide
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