Antonyms for going through

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"It seems to me we're going through a lot of red tape," she said spitefully.

"No girl's worth what I've been going through," he retorted bitterly.

I am sorry for that, but since I have started this I am going through with it.

Men were lazily coming and going through a door that led into the baths.

Harry, I've got something to say to you: I'm not going through with this thing.

You are sure now there is no other way of going through the forest but this road?

And, strange to say, you have not to pay by going through the day unrefreshed.

Just as he was going through the door, Lee Gorman whispered into his ear.

We spent the evening after dinner in going through the house.

We had been going through the solo soprano parts of the “Paradise Lost.”

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