passage


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  • noun

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the process or an instance of passing from one form, state, or stage to another

a particular subdivision of a written work

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the act of passing from one state or place to the next

a way through or along which someone or something may pass

the passing of a law by a legislative body

a journey usually by ship

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a bodily reaction of changing from one place or stage to another

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the motion of one object relative to another

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the act of passing something to another person

References in classic literature ?
Did you ever hear of another passage leading to the cave where you saw the ancient city?
The rude path, which originally formed their line of communication, had been widened for the passage of wagons; so that the distance which had been traveled by the son of the forest in two hours, might easily be effected by a detachment of troops, with their necessary baggage, between the rising and setting of a summer sun.
They began at the water- mark and proceeded in the bank some distance, which we understood by their making the water muddy with the clay; and we immediately proceeded to disappoint their design, by cutting a trench across their subterranean passage.
Weston at the same time, walking briskly with long steps through the passage, was calling out,
The stone passage here was exactly similar, except that more doors opened out of it, to the passage on the first floor.
Postponing his usual visit to Sorelli for a few minutes, the count followed his brother down the passage that led to Daae's dressing-room and saw that it had never been so crammed as on that evening, when the whole house seemed excited by her success and also by her fainting fit.
We continued our course towards the Red Sea, meeting with nothing in our passage but a gelve, or kind of boat, made of thin boards, sewed together, with no other sail than a mat.
This fanciful writer pretends that its name was given to it after the passage of the Israelites, when Pharaoh perished in the waves which closed at the voice of Moses.
Greek] of the Odyssean passage was due to the [Greek] of the "Iliad.
A ship may have left her port some time before; she may have been at sea, in the fullest sense of the phrase, for days; but, for all that, as long as the coast she was about to leave remained in sight, a southern-going ship of yesterday had not in the sailor's sense begun the enterprise of a passage.
Some years ago, I engaged passage from Charleston, S.
TWO men appeared simultaneously at the two ends of a sort of passage running along the side of the Apollo Theatre in the Adelphi.
No sooner had Carthoris and the others joined me than we commenced the transportation of our men through the submerged passage to the mouth of the gangways which lead from the submarine pool at the temple end of the watery tunnel to the pits of Issus.
The price of passage is fixed at $1,250, currency, for each adult passenger.
I am not going to be frightened by that old devil;" and followed by Foulata, who, however, evidently did not at all like the business, for she was shivering with fear, he plunged into the passage after Gagool--an example which we quickly followed.