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circumnavigated

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of circumnavigate.

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Examples

  • It was as if they still retained more of the ingenuousness of primitive womanhood than she, and thus she "circumnavigated" them, while they, all too self-centred, had barely discovered in which hemisphere her shores were to be found.

    Too Old for Dolls A Novel

  • To deal briefly with cost, it is irrefutable that companies have circumnavigated their operations back to the US because overseas workers are becoming more expensive: According to a recent report by Boston Consulting Group, in 2000, hourly Chinese manufacturing wages were just 52 cents compared to $16.61 in the U.S. By 2015, the wage difference should be $4.41 vs.

    Tom Silva: Made in America?

  • Herodotus relates that they even circumnavigated Africa.

    Alexander the Great

  • Having time to spare before the meeting, Alizome circumnavigated the house.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Rough Beasts of Empire

  • The second voyage, sailing on the HMS Resolution, left England in 1772 and again circumnavigated the southern hemisphere, poking into the Antarctic Circle and producing charts that were still used well into the 20th century.

    Man On a Quest

  • They had circumnavigated the globe from 2007 through 2009 as part of a yachting rally organized by Blue Water Rallies, a U.K.-based yachting group.

    Slain Americans No Strangers to the Sea

  • This is the ending that I want for my year, an ending that celebrates all the joy that circumnavigated the grief, and ending that finds the bravery in the fear and the beauty in the darkness and the wonder and greatness and living and loving that was in everything.

    The Never-Ending Story | Her Bad Mother

  • Herodotus relates that they even circumnavigated Africa.

    Alexander the Great

  • Two of the Americans, Jean and Scott Adam, had been sailing around the world on their yacht since 2004 and were joined for this journey by Phyllis Macay and Bob Riggle, veteran sailors who had previously circumnavigated the globe in their own vessel.

    Somali Pirates Kill Four U.S. Hostages

  • Having time to spare before the meeting, Alizome circumnavigated the house.

    Star Trek: Typhon Pact: Rough Beasts of Empire

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