Antonyms for transpired

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But it transpired that there was something preparatory to that, or at least that must take the precedence.

Now Bulan had been an interested witness of all that transpired.

When he departed presently it transpired that the girl was unaquainted with that tongue.

And afterwards it transpired that by shooting himself at that time he saved my money.

What then transpired was not a fight, for in armament the two were quite unequal.

We have now been at our stations for two hours and nothing has transpired.

If he did know, it proved that he could see everything that transpired.

There had transpired a new incident which demands our immediate notice.

She did not seem to realize what had transpired; she did not recognize him.

All he had to report was that nothing had transpired worthy of mention.