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- v. To abandon.
- v. To forget about.
- v. To not live longer than; to be survived by.
- v. To leave a trace of something.
- v. To outdo; to progress faster than someone or something else.
- v. To pass.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. be survived by after one's death
- v. leave unchanged or undisturbed or refrain from taking
- v. depart and not take along
But in Kowloon Walled City, it was almost all Chinese, rich and raggedy, poor and powerful, everyone different, but we all had this in common: We had been strong, we had been weak, we had been desperate enough to leave behind our motherland and families.
Isn't it curious that two "town-drunkards" and one half-breed loafer should leave behind them, in a remote Missourian village, a fame a hundred times greater and several hundred times more particularized in the matter of definite facts than Shakespeare left behind him in the village where he had lived the half of his lifetime?
It made Spider nervous to leave behind the security of the bunker, but Sarge was right about the fire base being underdefended.
High winds and heavy seas running against the strong tide of the Pentland Firth obliged Warrender to leave behind at Scapa all of the destroyers normally assigned to his battle squadron.
The southeastern Pacific, it was implied, would be added to his theater of operations, but, simultaneously, he was to leave behind in the Atlantic sufficient ships to deal with Dresden and Karlsruhe.
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This process will ultimately simplify your life as it enables you to leave behind the merry-go-round of problem-causing choices most people are dependent on.
There they disembarked from their cumbersome vehicles, Tourmast in particular bemoaning the need to leave behind the heavy weapons that were mounted on the skid.
I observed but two points in planning my departure -- speed, secrecy: to secure these, I had to leave behind me everything I possessed except a small parcel; which, in my hurry and trouble of mind, I forgot to take out of the coach that brought me to Whitcross.
Fallaji would leave behind the mighty war machine unguarded, the engine that Mishra had brought to Kroog as a demonstration of his abilities.