departure

[ dih-pahr-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF departure

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEPARTURE

At my departure their tomb had been hidden in the morning mist.

Now this, it seems to me, is my point of departure for the estimate of my possible resources.

Mrs. Weston sadly missed her young friend after his departure.

He soon took his departure, a stableboy driving him back to the village.

For half an hour I was in momentary expectation of his departure.

The time of his departure, or, of his unmooring, was at hand.

After her departure, I remarked that the symbol was none of the most apt.

After the departure of the sultani Kingozi took a bath and changed his clothes.

When the day came for departure the Leopard Woman was indisposed, and could not travel.

But the Leopard Woman pulled out in a second or so after Kingozi's departure.

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