Antonyms for departure

Grammar : Noun
Spell : dih-pahr-cher
Phonetic Transcription : dɪˈpɑr tʃər

Definition of departure

Origin :
  • mid-15c., from Old French deporteure "departure," figuratively, "death," from departir (see depart) + -ure (see -ure).
  • noun leaving
  • noun deviation from normal, expected
Example sentences :
  • Now this, it seems to me, is my point of departure for the estimate of my possible resources.
  • Extract from : « The Conquest of Fear » by Basil King
  • At my departure their tomb had been hidden in the morning mist.
  • Extract from : « Fragments from The Journal of a Solitary Man » by Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • Mrs. Weston sadly missed her young friend after his departure.
  • Extract from : « Life in London » by Edwin Hodder
  • For half an hour I was in momentary expectation of his departure.
  • Extract from : « Lady Susan » by Jane Austen
  • He soon took his departure, a stableboy driving him back to the village.
  • Extract from : « Thoroughbreds » by W. A. Fraser
  • The time of his departure, or, of his unmooring, was at hand.
  • Extract from : « Understanding the Scriptures » by Francis McConnell
  • After her departure, I remarked that the symbol was none of the most apt.
  • Extract from : « Chippings With A Chisel (From "Twice Told Tales") » by Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • After the departure of the sultani Kingozi took a bath and changed his clothes.
  • Extract from : « The Leopard Woman » by Stewart Edward White
  • When the day came for departure the Leopard Woman was indisposed, and could not travel.
  • Extract from : « The Leopard Woman » by Stewart Edward White
  • But the Leopard Woman pulled out in a second or so after Kingozi's departure.
  • Extract from : « The Leopard Woman » by Stewart Edward White

Synonyms for departure

Based on : - - - Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019