thin air

thin air
noun
nowhere to be found in a giant void
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it vanished into thin air

Hypernyms: ↑nothingness, ↑void, ↑nullity, ↑nihility

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thin air
Into (or out of) nothing or nothingness
thin

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used to refer to the state of being invisible or nonexistent

she just vanished into thin air | they seemed to pluck numbers out of thin air


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