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Synonyms for arrival

Synonyms for arrival

the act of arriving

one that arrives


the achievement of something desired, planned, or attempted

Synonyms for arrival

accomplishment of an objective

someone who arrives (or has arrived)

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Captain Langford, who had been very active in this affair, was returning to the presence of Lady Eleanore Rochcliffe, when he encountered the physician, Doctor Clarke, with whom he had held some casual talk on the day of her arrival.
The arrival of Captain Sublette with supplies put the Rocky Mountain Fur Company in full activity.
To each new arrival Anna Pavlovna said, "You have not yet seen my aunt," or "You do not know my aunt?
The startings and arrivals of the cars are now the epochs in the village day.
He was setting a table for some new arrivals, and in order to obtain more scope for that task he had left the crowded aisle beyond the table and come round to the edge of the dancing-floor.
He meets the new arrivals frequently, and afterwards keeps track of them.
But the disturbance had attained to such a formidable height, and the rioters had grown, with impunity, to be so audacious, that the sight of this great force, continually augmented by new arrivals, instead of operating as a check, stimulated them to outrages of greater hardihood than any they had yet committed; and helped to kindle a flame in London, the like of which had never been beheld, even in its ancient and rebellious times.
The Veneerings being at that time the only other arrivals, he had added (in a condescendingly explanatory manner),
Colonel Bulder, and Miss Bulder,' were the next arrivals.
Marmeladov paying no attention to the new arrivals continued his story.
I forthwith expressed that the proper as well as the pleasant and friendly thing would be therefore that on the arrival of the public conveyance I should be in waiting for him with his little sister; an idea in which Mrs.
At the period of our arrival at the Island, the heaviest storage of the Pequod had been almost completed; comprising her beef, bread, water, fuel, and iron hoops and staves.
In writing to a dear friend, immediately after my arrival at New York, I said I felt like one who had escaped a den of hungry lions.
Dashwood feel this ungracious behaviour, and so earnestly did she despise her daughter-in-law for it, that, on the arrival of the latter, she would have quitted the house for ever, had not the entreaty of her eldest girl induced her first to reflect on the propriety of going, and her own tender love for all her three children determined her afterwards to stay, and for their sakes avoid a breach with their brother.
This place was able to afford us little consolation in our uneasy circumstances; the arrival of our company almost caused a scarcity of provisions.