Thesaurus / departing
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If a dying person struggled hard and long, it was believed that the spirit was kept from departing by some magic spell.

Folk LoreJames Napier

In representing moonlight, or sunlight either, there is no departing from this truth.

The sound even called back the departing senses of the dying doggess.

For this he had been abused; and he had run away from his employer, departing alone in the Salihé, as she was then called.

Asiatic BreezesOliver Optic

Departing, therefore, he admonish'd oft446 Meriones and the Ajaces, thus.

He looked at the departing peddler and saw Sergeant Keyser meet him and salute with stern, soldierly aspect.

The sound of his departing footsteps echoed and re-echoed through her brain.

The flutter of the departing skirt, as he came into the room, assured him it was one of these.

Cunningham and his officers returned to the ships, and made preparations for departing.

At Dresden a large number of troops, infantry and cavalry, were departing northward by rail and road.

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