Antonyms for went out

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She took up a little package she had brought with her and went out to meet him.

Robert went out into the garden, and dug some worms for bait.

He bid me tell you so, when he went out, if I found you refractory.

It was accepted and Sir Robert Peel went out of office forever.

Mr. Gladstone was in good health, and in the afternoon went out for a walk.

Hardy was leaving just at the same time, and so they went out together.

He made hasty excuses and went out on the heels of the maid.

"To-morrow morning, then," he said quietly, and went out the door.

The light of that speech was in her eyes when she went out to the sleigh again.

She went out of the room with disapproval in every line of her back.