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I would never encourage anyone to go abroad, I would never encourage anyone to undergo military training.

Police files on young people can now be opened with no higher standard than “strong intuition” that they might go abroad to fight.

To make their marriage official, they go abroad for a civil ceremony.

The best case scenario may be that his children go abroad and send remittances.

“The contract with my parents is like this: I can go abroad, but I have to come back for holidays,” he says.

He had no other opportunity; for the Jew remained very surly and silent till night, when he prepared to go abroad.

My brother Tom supped with me, and should have brought my aunt Ellen with him; she was not free to go abroad.

Miss Du Prel, he added, had already made up her mind to go abroad, and he hoped to come across her somewhere in Italy.

You will go abroad again, and I am sorry, for it will leave me more utterly lonely; well, well.

Then for myself—I intend to go abroad, resume my name, and obtain employment in some foreign service.


On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to go abroad, such as: carry, cross, cruise, drive, fly, and go.

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