- v. Simple past tense and past participle of perish.
“And, if so, how long did it take before they perished from the earth?”
“Of their brothers and sisters have perished from the earth”
“Whether "government of the people, by the people, for the people" has failed Lincoln's hopes and has indeed perished from the Earth.”
“That first winter was hard and more than 150 POWs perished from the cold, starvation, beatings and lack of medical care.”
“Interesting things to note: The central family essentially doomed half the world or so by their own inability to realize that almost all of their countrymen had perished from the Infection.”
“Yes, Joan perished from the dreaded “fluffy hair”!”
“The Connecticut Courant printed an epitaph for the Mission that carried a portentous message: The Educational Mission, though now in ruins, has not utterly perished from the earth.”
“Dixon, who was 6 when Bias perished, is the ultimate survivor.”
“The Boston tea party happened a long time ago but the mistakes of experience, arrogance, and impatience which caused it do not seem to have perished from the earth -- they have only shifted their geographical position.”
“It shows that the stout, adventurous spirit that built the Empire has not perished from the earth.”
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