Antonyms for lasted

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His expedition, which left Copenhagen in 1761, lasted six years.

Old people have a remembrance of a foot of snow which lasted for a week.

But while it lasted no voice rang louder than that of Saunders McClellan's devil.

Life isn't as disheartening as it would be if it lasted longer.

The Franco-German war, therefore, lasted six and a half months.

But it was a one-sided struggle and lasted only for a second or two.

The firing was sharp on both sides, and it lasted a great while.

The winter lasted more than four months, and we made good times of it.

Falling in with an American in the Bay of Biscay, we got a barrel of beef which lasted us in.

This course of life may have lasted a fortnight; when I became heartily tired of it.