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having come to an end or become void after passage of a period of time

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Yet I shall never hear what he says, for I shall have expired where I sit--expired of mere shame at the thought of having been thus exposed.
When at last the blade had been entirely withdrawn, a red froth issued from the mouth of the wounded man and a stream of blood spouted afresh from the wound when he at length drew breath; then, fixing his eyes upon Grimaud with a singular expression, the dying man uttered the last death-rattle and expired.
Seymour Delafield declared himself in form before the spring had expired to one of the plain daughters of Mr.
When the time mentioned had expired, we had reached a depth of five feet, and yet no signs of any treasure became manifest.
Gnashing its teeth, and flashing fire from its eyes, it flew upon the body of the girl, and imbedded its fearful talons in her throat, retaining its grasp until she expired.
A few months afterward death had deprived him of the remaining companion of his solitude; but still he had enough real regard for his child not to bring her into the comparative wilderness in which he dwelt, until the full period had expired to which he had limited her juvenile labors.
All- all expired save thee- save less than thou: Save only the divine light in thine eyes- Save but the soul in thine uplifted eyes.
I go so far only as to tell you that in three months the present treaty will have expired.
On the 10th, the term for which the late Lord Montbarry had hired the Venetian palace, expired.
There was no reply, and an officer putting his head in at the door of the guard-tent where the conversation had occurred, explained that the time allowed for the interview had expired.
But I endure the time, till which expired Thou hast permission on me.
Suddenly the single remaining flame crouched for a moment, then, springing upward, lifted itself clear of its embers and expired in air.
While the Grangers expired in flame and blood, and organized labor was disrupted, the socialists held their peace and perfected their secret organization.
When her term of mourning had expired, Madeline gave her hand and fortune to Nicholas; and, on the same day and at the same time, Kate became Mrs Frank Cheeryble.
The Londoner seldom understands his city until it sweeps him, too, away from his moorings, and Margaret's eyes were not opened until the lease of Wickham Place expired.