departed[ dih-pahr-tid ]SEE DEFINITION OF departed
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEPARTED
They were the last she heard sung by Paralus, the night Anaxagoras departed from Athens.
I was with him when he died, but knew not the hour he departed, for he sunk to rest like an infant.
I asked, 'Is this the divine home, whence I departed into the body?'
Garson's comment as she departed was uttered with his accustomed bluntness.
Rico cast one look at the fiddle, and departed with deep sadness in his heart.
With this Bartlett drew his coat sleeve across his mouth and departed.
Ellinor departed, quite satisfied with herself, with me, and with all the world.
But the reception they got departed from tradition and propriety.
It was like being told that the ghost of the dear departed is watching you.
So, in spite of his protests, she left him and departed, walking upon air.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DEPARTED
- burned up
- down the drain
- dried up
- no more
- not a sign of
- not here
- out the window
- taken a powder
- taken leave
- turned to dust
- few and far between
- null and void
- passed away
- passed on
- without foundation