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  • v. To end up the same way as. To receive the same fate as.


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  • The chiefs were debating what to do with Kahekili's bones and Malia overheard that Anapuni and Kumuhana had been chosen as sacrifices "to go the way of Kahekili and his bones and to care for him afterward and forever, in the shadowy other world."

    “It was the Golden Fleece ready for the shearing.”

  • "Then he may go the way of Pa-hsia-li," snarls Sang.

    Flashman and the Dragon

  • For a time it looked as if Mirandola would go the way of all who opposed the Vatican, but something strange happened.

    The Templar Revelation

  • “Will this new Church of the Alien Flinx endure, or will it eventually go the way of so many cults?”

    Running from the Deity

  • But its time to phase out Fannie Mae and Freddie Maclet them go the way of the S&L.

    Creative Capitalism

  • After Spider’s father was sent to prison, his uncle Clarence took him in, intending to raise him well so he wouldn’t go the way of his father.

    Strangers at the Feast


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