disappear from

disappear from (something)

1. To become no longer visible. I watched Jill's car drive away until it disappeared from view.
2. To become missing from some place, as if having been removed or become lost (usually to someone's surprise or confusion). I would give you my stapler, but it seems to have disappeared from my desk. That poor little girl disappeared from that school back in the 80s and was never found.
See also: disappear

disappear from something

to vanish from something or some place, especially from sight, view, or the face of the earth; to have been taken away from something. Jack disappeared all of a sudden last week, as if from the face of the earth. The car pulled away and disappeared from sight down the road.
See also: disappear
References in classic literature ?
The man who wrote that word upon the wall disappeared from the midst of the generations of man many centuries ago; the word, in its turn, has been effaced from the wall of the church; the church will, perhaps, itself soon disappear from the face of the earth.
But unlike regular messages, these will disappear from the recipients' inbox after being seen.
Unlike other messages in Direct, these new photos and videos will disappear from your friends' inboxes after they have seen them.
New messages will disappear from this conversation 15 minutes after being sent.
Announcement of competition: FOU- Unaccompanied minors who disappear from reception centers and care centers.
A few hours later his flight too would disappear from radar screens, taking him and the other 297 people on board the Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur flight to their deaths in eastern Ukraine.
Colony Collapse Disorder, where the bees simply disappear from the hive, has affected North and South America, India, Japan and most of Europe including Britain.
We have been taught that the dots on our ICAM (improved chemical agent monitor) are supposed to disappear from the display once the WAIT light goes off.
Three years ago, items began to disappear from Crestview Convalescent Center in Portland, Oregon: jewelry, dinnerware, even television sets.