Verb(1) change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically(2) follow a procedure or take a course(3) move away from a place into another direction(4) enter or assume a certain state or condition(5) be awarded; be allotted(6) have a particular form(7) stretch out over a distance, space, time, or scope; run or extend between two points or beyond a certain point(8) follow a certain course(9) be abolished or discarded(10) be or continue to be in a certain condition(11) make a certain noise or sound(12) perform as expected when applied(13) to be spent or finished(14) progress by being changed(15) continue to live and avoid dying(16) pass, fare, or elapse; of a certain state of affairs or action
Adjective(1) destroyed or killed(2) dead(3) well in the past; former(4) stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol(5) drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted(6) used up or no longer available
(1) Sensing that they were gone , I was more afraid to look at Michael than anything else.(2) Goods that are consumed are gone and thus not available for use in production.(3) When she returned with her children at the weekend, the floral tribute was gone .(4) She woke feelings within him, after he thought all feeling was gone , dead with his people.(5) The petroleum industry barely existed 100 years ago and will probably be largely gone 100 years from now.(6) When we talked about Mom being dead, he wished us to say not dead but gone .(7) It was a wonderful weekend and the hangover is now almost gone .(8) Having been consumed, they are gone and are not available to others.(9) Her parents were gone again for the weekend, so she had the house to herself.(10) Also gone will be the familiar red colour scheme, as the Grobs are unable to be painted any other colour than white.(11) The sun was almost gone , and Rowena shared the garden only with one old man in a wheelchair.(12) I was gone that weekend, but by Monday the whole school knew that I was going out with Brent.(13) His usually wild curls were flattened in place and the stubble that was normally present was gone .(14) Tickets for the last two days have already gone , leaving just February 29 available.(15) Some fear it will be gone in another 60 years unless we cut consumption drastically.(16) With any luck we can catch the last of the snow riding this weekend before it's all gone .
(1) go :: mynd
1. away ::
2. past ::
4. dead ::
5. bypast ::
6. asleep ::
7. kaput ::
1. alive ::
2. extant ::
3. living ::
Different Formsantigone, gone
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