Antonyms for following through
- not finish
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FOLLOWING THROUGH
Her life has been like one of the flowery paths we have been following through the forest.
In following through the theories of faith healing we may take here either of two lines.
Following through all storms the path of love, they will advance towards that place whither love leadeth them.
Dimly he saw Sophia following through, the automatic in her hand, butt foremost.
When night came down, his hounds fled from his call, following through tangled thickets a huge black boar with crescent tusks.
Horror of an inconceivable monstrosity began to assail me: was I following through the dark an unheard of hideousness?
Following through a gap, she came upon him as he picked up a rabbit from the grass.
He walked away slowly, following through the balsams where Nada and Peter had gone.
I took pleasure in following through the wretched latin of the time the description of this familiar landscape.
Uncle Dick closed the pages of his Journal, which he had been following through rapidly, and seemed inclined to talk no further.