Antonyms for drifted

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But now the picture that drifted through his mind was still more horrible.

But it was not to be drifted up with the sand of forgetfulness!

From desiring the farm, insensibly Crane drifted into coveting the mare.

Every one else seemed to have drifted into an adjoining room.

The craft made but two raps on the bar, when she drifted clear.

He drifted slowly on until the town and the bluffs sank in the darkness.

I am such a waif and stray everywhere, that I am liable to be drifted where any current may set.'

When within a few rods of each other we ceased paddling, and drifted by with the momentum.

It was a filthy place and snow had drifted in through the openings in the roof and side.

By instinct, I suppose, I drifted towards my ante bellum quarters.