Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The passover.

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Examples

  • I mean really, who exposes themselves to passing-by buses, some with women on them, to show how much they dislike a team, while others cheer them on to do it.

    Eagles fans show why football is America's game

  • Miss Cheryl, SO happy you charm my pad with your passing-by.

    Dancing the Tadpole Jig

  • I don't know if you saw, but among the pictures that change on Angelides 'banner is one featuring a very young looking Angelides leaning in for a bit of Clinton passing-by frame time.

    Phil Angelides ��� A Strong Presentation With Unattractive Wrapping

  • Hi all - I'm intrigued by the simple word "Adiós" as Hello/Goodbye, a passing-by greeting.

    Adi�s as Hello

  • The passing-by of Santa Anna and the Mexican army, though it had been hourly expected for nearly three days, was an event which threw the Senora and her daughters into various conditions of mental excitement.

    Remember the Alamo

  • There, forgetting and passing-by are the best wisdom: that have I learned now!

    Thus Spake Zarathustra

  • Happily there are some who feel such Levitical passing-by to be, alas, by no means a permanent dismissal of the matter; that comment on where the world stands is very much the reverse of needless in these disordered years of our prematurely afflicted century: that amendment and not madness lies that way.

    Late Lyrics and Earlier : with Many Other Verses

  • Every form of expression implies the selection of all that goes to make up that form, and the passing-by of whatever is not required for that purpose; hence a desire for that which is selected in preference to what is laid aside.

    The Hidden Power And Other Papers upon Mental Science

  • The passing-by of Santa Anna and the Mexican army, though it had been hourly expected for nearly three days, was an event which threw the

    Remember the Alamo

  • There, forgetting and passing-by are the best wisdom: THAT have I learned now!

    Thus Spake Zarathustra A book for all and none

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