straight ahead

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Ah, there he was straight ahead of him; he could see him distinctly now.

He was pointing around the corner instead of straight ahead.

I live about twenty-five miles from here, straight ahead, so it will be on your way.

Straight ahead of him stretched the driveway which led to the main road.

François was lookin' straight ahead, and there wasn't anyone in sight.

Straight ahead they went and then turned sharply to the right.

Straight ahead of him was a fence, and in it was an open gate.

There was no road "straight ahead," but the river was there.

Well, she is about half a point to the westward—there she is again, straight ahead!

The eye can see only straight ahead, but the ear can hear from all around.

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