(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
adj. away, absent (see absence).
(Roget's IV) modif.
1. [Having left]
Syn. gone out, gone away, moved, removed, traveling, traveled, journeyed, transferred, displaced, shifted, withdrawn, retired, left, taken leave, departed, deserted, abandoned, quit, disappeared, not here, no more, flown, run off, decamped, AWOL*, taken French leave*, upped stakes*, flown the coop*, split*, taken a powder*.
Ant. come*, returned, remained.
2. [Being no longer in existence]
Syn. dead, vanished, passed, dissipated, disappeared, nonextant, dissolved, burned up, disintegrated, decayed, rotted away, turned to dust.
far gone*,
3. advanced, deeply involved, absorbed; see interested 2 .
4. crazy, mad, eccentric; see insane 1 .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus) a.
departed, left, removed, away, absent, vanished, missing, extinct, *AWOL, out, off, lost, used up, consumed, finished.
ANT.: present, arrived, here
(Roget's Thesaurus II) adjective 1. Not present: absent, away, missing, wanting. See ABSENCE. 2. No longer in one's possession: lost, missing. See GET. 3. No longer alive: asleep, dead, deceased, defunct, departed, extinct, late, lifeless. Idioms: at rest, pushing up daisies. See LIVE. 4. Slang. Affected with intense romantic attraction: enamored, infatuate, infatuated, smitten. See EXCITE, SEX. 5. Slang. Carrying a developing fetus within the uterus: big, enceinte, expectant, expecting, gravid, parturient, pregnant. Archaic: great. Idioms: in a family way, with child. See REPRODUCTION.

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