That's gone now.
The trees are gone.
Let’s just survive until he’s gone.”
Cat Island is gone.
Gone Baby Gone.
Old W.R. was gone, the boys were gone.
Gone are chairs outside offices or in little reading nooks.
The tires were gone, the hubcaps gone, the front seats gone.
“I’ve never gone through anything to the extreme that Pierre has gone through.
Royalty was gone; had been besieged in its Palace and “suspended,” when the last tidings came over.
In fact, it’s accelerating, and concern about climate change has gone up, not down, during the pandemic.
The house was gone, the cellar was gone, the blood and the bodies were gone.
Gone were the wood-panelled walls, gone were the wooden drawers with their rows of handwritten index cards.
“So many radishes gone; the artichokes of Paris, almost gone; the turnips of Vaugirard, gone.
Those have gone up more than threefold over the course of the last few decades, and the insured losses have gone up almost fivefold...
A throwback to old-school crime thrillers like The French Connection, Gone Baby Gone is the story of a missing child and the detective trying to track them down.
“Support for Labour among younger voters has gone up, and gone up dramatically, but then the crucial question is whether these young people will come out to vote,” said John Curtice, a leading psephologist who is president of the British Polling Council.
If you sit down and read ''The Wind Done Gone,'' Alice Randall's controversial ''Gone With the Wind'' takeoff, it's hard to understand how the novel could be considered a ''blatant and wholesale theft'' of ''Gone With the Wind,'' as lawyers for the trusts that own Margaret Mitchell's copyright have contended.
Grass, “gone to GRASS,” dead,—a coarse allusion to burial; absconded, or disappeared suddenly; also, gone to waste; it is said of wasted limbs that they have “gone to GRASS;” “oh, go to GRASS,” a common answer to a troublesome or inquisitive person,—possibly a corruption of “go to GRACE,” meaning, of course, a directly opposite fate.
- destroyed or killed
Example: we are gone geese
- stupefied or excited by a chemical substance (especially alcohol)
- well in the past; former
Example: bygone days
- drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted
- used up or no longer available
Example: gone with the wind
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Grass gone to GRASS dead—a coarse allusion to burial absconded or disappeared suddenly also gone to waste it is said of wasted limbs that they have gone to GRASS oh go to GRASS a common answer to a troublesome or inquisitive person—possibly a corruption of go to GRACE meaning of course a directly opposite fate