gone

[ gawn, gon ]SEE DEFINITION OF gone

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GONE

So small was it that to have gone a few feet to either side would have been to miss it.

He ain't been run over—he's gone broke-lost all our money; every last cent.

Mauburn had gone to his room to be alone with this bitter news.

"He's gone off with my gold," exclaimed Paul Nichols, recovering from his stupefaction.

When they had gone, he went back to the work of final adjustment.

Besides, the five thousand dollars were gone and not likely to be recovered.

Yet now, the time having come, the zest for the feat was gone.

When she had gone he picked up an envelope and put a bill inside.

She arose, and would have gone around the table to him, but he met her with open arms.

But as he was gone out of reach, no further inquiries were made after him.

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