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Synonyms for course

Synonyms for course

a method used in dealing with something

a number of things placed or occurring one after the other

the compass direction in which a ship or an aircraft moves

to move freely as a liquid

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a connected series of events or actions or developments

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general line of orientation

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a line or route along which something travels or moves

a body of students who are taught together

(construction) a layer of masonry

facility consisting of a circumscribed area of land or water laid out for a sport

hunt with hounds

as might be expected

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In the course of the day, they came to a height that commanded an almost boundless prospect.
The travellers continued their course to the south of west for about forty miles, through a region so elevated that patches of snow lay on the highest summits and on the northern declivities.
On the 17th they continued down the course of the river, making fifteen miles to the southwest.
Campbell had met with a disaster in the course of their route from the Sweet Water.
In the course of his march, therefore, he secretly detached a small party of trappers, to make their way to those hunting grounds, while he continued on with the main body; appointing a rendezvous, at the next full moon, about the 28th of August, at a place called the Medicine Lodge.
We shall hear further of Wyeth, and his wild voyage, in the course of our wanderings about the Far West.
She was glad, of course, that she was a good woman, and that she not only knew her duty, but had sufficient strength of character to perform it.
At present his only failing is that he is crazy about that captain's widow, and he cannot go to her without money, and I mean to catch him at her house today--for his own good; but supposing it was not only the widow, but that he had committed a real crime, or at least some very dishonourable action (of which he is, of course, incapable), I repeat that even in that case, if he were treated with what I may call generous tenderness, one could get at the whole truth, for he is very soft-hearted
I am, of course, quite ready to add my efforts to yours in such a case," said the prince, rising; "but I confess, Lebedeff, that I am terribly perplexed.
Of course, I remember," she said frankly, and with a shade of sadness passing over her face.
Of course you didn't, she said, patting my cheek with a kind little hand.
Adventures, of course, as we shall see, were of daily occurrence; but about this time Peter invented, with Wendy's help, a new game that fascinated him enormously, until he suddenly had no more interest in it, which, as you have been told, was what always happened with his games.
and so on; and they were all redskins; and of course this would have ended the fight had not the real redskins fascinated by Peter's methods, agreed to be lost boys for that once, and so at it they all went again, more fiercely than ever.
Of course you know already--about May and me," he said, answering her look with a shy laugh.
Of course I will mention it when I write him," said Anne, a trifle distantly.
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