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The bill passed the New Jersey Senate on Monday and is expected to sail through the Democratic-controlled Assembly.

Permanent changes to law should not be able to sail through on a majority vote.

In contrast, in the U.S., bad, unexamined ideas sail through wearing the burqa of bipartisanship.

Yes, really and truly, these little fish fly or sail through the air, for their fins balance them like a parachute.

Eyelet-hole: Holes in a sail through which a lacing is passed or reef nettles rove.

"And Nellie and I will sail through the air, and go off to find some pretty flowers for him," said Dickie.

At this moment the captain came on deck, and mounting into the rigging, surveyed the sail through the glass.

Lucian and his wife had left Gracias within a week after that sail through silver fog which had tempted Garda.


On this page you'll find 58 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sail through, such as: accomplish, complete, deal/deal with, do, enact, and enforce.

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