destination

[ des-tuh-ney-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF destination

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DESTINATION

There is not more than one chance in a hundred of its reaching its destination.

If he walked fast he might yet overtake his friends ere they reached their destination.

There we were, and there perforce we must remain till we reached our destination.

By the time we reached our destination the storm had become truly awful.

The letter, hastening to its destination, had contained the stolen money.

All this was put in black and white, and it gave us some trouble before we got to our destination.

It was about midday when we reached the place of our destination.

Its destination was the old church of Saint Pancras, far off in the fields.

He had arrived at his destination—had torn the heart out of these great books.

You will then be within a few hours' ride of your destination.'

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