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Adjective: departed  di'paa(r)-tid
  1. Well in the past; former
    "relics of a departed era";
    - bygone, bypast, foregone, gone
  2. Dead
    "our dear departed friend";
    - asleep, at peace, at rest, deceased, gone
Noun: departed  di'paa(r)-tid
  1. Someone who is no longer alive
    "I wonder what the departed would have done";
    - dead person, dead soul, deceased person, deceased, decedent [US]
Verb: depart  di'paa(r)t
  1. Move away from a place into another direction
    "The train departs at noon";
    - go, go away
  2. Be at variance with; be out of line with
    - deviate, vary, diverge
  3. Head for somewhere else
    "The family departed for Florida";
    - part, start, start out, set forth, set off, set out, take off
  4. Go away or leave
    - take leave, quit
  5. Remove oneself from an association with or participation in
    "She wants to depart";
    - leave, pull up stakes
  6. Wander from a direct or straight course
    - sidetrack, digress, straggle

Derived forms: departeds

See also: dead, past

Type of: change, deviate, differ, divert, exit, get out, go away, go forth, go out, individual, leave, mortal, off [informal], person, somebody, someone, soul

Antonym: conform, stay

Part of: dead

Encyclopedia: Departed