vanish into

vanish into something

to disappear by going into something. All the deer vanished into the forest. Money seems to vanish into a black hole.
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Prosecutor Jonathan Rees QC said the story was "frankly absurd", adding: "Dave did not vanish into thin air did he?
Lo, and behold, dozens of those passengers suddenly vanish into thin air, leaving behind their wedding rings and contact lenses.
The pleasures,'' he writes of Stonington, Maine, ``are the ospreys, the herons, the plovers, the aroma of spruce trees, the sun-warmed grass and enough space to vanish into.
Everyone owes it to himself to vanish into one of these spaces at least once in life to give that some thought.