Thesaurus / go south

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Our plan was to go south, and not to leave the meridian unless we were forced to do so by insuperable difficulties.

Well assured that Lincoln would be elected, Douglas determined to go South and prepare the minds of the people for the inevitable.

Stephen A. DouglasAllen Johnson

I was proposing to go south for other ends, and now I shall not fail to be there before that appointment.

Accordingly Germany decided to go south, having gone west and east without finding peace or decisive victory.

It will be necessary for me to go south to the cable station at Chateau.

We pronounce some words quite wrong, according to the English, and I dare say they'll laugh at us when we go south.

They do not extend north of the Red River, nor very far west, but increase in intensity as they go south.

“Miss Stockbridge must go south after the funeral,” said Nichols.

Whispering WiresHenry Leverage

Rumours began to circulate that we were to go South, and signs of the approaching pilgrimage began to manifest themselves.

The Great War As I Saw ItFrederick George Scott

I will speak with the doctor, and after the wedding will go south with her.'

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