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approached the city
to get closer to (near in space, time, quantity, or quality)
  • I watched him stiffen slightly at the approach of two of them.
    p. 286.9

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  • He looked up as I approached him.
    p. 328.2
  • He catches sight of a taxi with an orange light approaching on the other side of the road, and begins to stride toward it, hoping nobody else has seen.
    p. 4.1
  • As I approached the living room I heard the woman's voice, weaving its way through the slightly open door.
    p. 55.9
  • "Georgina," Mrs. Traynor's gaze flicked toward me as I approached.
    p. 113.5
  • They cheered as I approached, and I fought the urge to give them the finger again.
    p. 167.7
  • Afraid that Will would feel too conspicuous, I thanked her and said no. As the evening approached, I don't know who grew more nervous about it, Will or me.
    p. 177.6
  • This meant that, as summer approached, outings around the castle were getting harder, and half the places I thought we might be able to go—fairs, outdoor theater, concerts—were ruled out.
    p. 248.2
  • As if freed by the sight of Freddie Derwent doing so, over the next hour several more people approached Will to say hello.
    p. 286.7
  • Alicia, floating around the garden—an ethereal vision, air-kissing and exclaiming—didn't approach us.
    p. 287.4
  • She had just pulled into the drive in her car and I hesitated, out of sight of Will's window, before I approached her.
    p. 311.3

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