transpire[ tran-spahyuh r ]SEE DEFINITION OF transpire
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What the question asked by our friend was, did not transpire.
What the captain's intentions were did not transpire; they were known only to Francisco.
And do not let it transpire among your fellows that it is I who have suggested this.
But that some very extraordinary event was about to transpire was evident to all.
The rest hung about dispiritedly, and waited for what might transpire.
Whether or not he had been induced to this display by the excitement did not transpire.
There transpire those events which constitute the eras of our existence.
I say I am certain you will never let it transpire, either by word of mouth or writing.
So far as he was concerned, however, the secret did not at all transpire.
What they saw in the ambulance did not transpire; what they felt was not known.