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He seemed to be so lost and far-gone in grief that he could not notice his brother's arrival.

Motley records that on that day far-gone Holland laid low the Spaniard.

Perhaps there is a twofold diet here: the bun for the adult; the highly-spiced, far-gone meat for the grub.

The offender was brought to camp and put under guard—evidently horribly afraid we would eat him instead of the now far-gone roan.

Truly the repose of centuries, and the fashion of a far-gone time, so far as relates to our country, lay over the whole place.

There can be no exhibition of far-gone wretchedness more striking and painful than to meet it in such a scene.

It's like looking out of some far-gone, drowsy old day of the Colonies, and yet feeling life and eternity fresh and near to you.

Across long centuries the life of your far-gone nomadic ancestors calls to you.

Ten to one, he is old, and has all the shrivelled, high-dried appearance of the most far-gone and confirmed bachelorism.

One lovely June day, in the far-gone year of 1329, King Robert lay dying.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.