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approach
used in The House of Hades

5 uses
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1  —1 use as in:
approached the city
Definition
to get closer to (near in space, time, quantity, or quality)
  • On the other side, in the narrow path between the river and the cliffs, voices snarled, getting louder as they approached from upstream.
    p. 53.1
approached = got nearer
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  • Leo approached her from on . e side so she could see him.
    p. 375.2
  • He saw no approaching monsters—nothing but the stark gray wasteland.
    p. 114.8
  • They followed Bob through the wasteland, tracing the route of the Phlegethon as they approached the storm front of darkness.
    p. 158.8
  • As they approached the mountains, Jason saw the ruins of a Roman town spread out in a valley below—crumbling walls, square foundations, and cracked roads, all overgrown with grass—so it looked like a giant, mossy game board.
    p. 281.6

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