- v. make a passage or journey from one place to another
“He saw the shadow pass across the rugged used face that was young-old.”
“Commanding his Galatian troopers with valor and shrewdness, Quintus Poppaedius Silo penned Labienus in halfway through the pass across Mount Amanus called the Syrian Gates, and waited for Ventidius to bring up the legions.”
“Because, Sir’ (he would say) ‘in that kingdom no man has any country-interest to support; — the little interest of any kind which any man has any where in it, is concentrated in the court, and the looks of the Grand Monarch: by the sunshine of whose countenance, or the clouds which pass across it, every French man lives or dies.’”
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