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


But when it was overpast, and he had suffered and was free, to what could he look forward?

Peace, too, I see in both our futures, when this trouble is overpast.

There she may rest in confidence, till these calamities be overpast.

At all hazards you must abide in our hands till the danger is overpast.

Moreover, she is cheerful, and hopeful, and the delay will soon be overpast.

Come under our shadow, we will conceal you till the danger be overpast' Flee!

Now depart, and when the king's wrath is overpast, I will beseech him for thee.

And she might take courage, and feel that for this day the peril was overpast.

I come, the messenger of glad tidings, for the day of persecution is overpast.

The resolve just matured, now seemed uncertain, and he again confronted the terrible conflict he had believed was overpast.