departure vs arrival

departure

Definitions

noun

  1. a variation that deviates from the standard or norm
  2. the act of departing
  3. euphemistic expressions for death

Examples

So this show proved to be a bit of a departure.

And having left the Broncos a couple of seasons back, next year he is returning to the Broncos, and his departure will be unlamented in Roosters territory.

Missed departure Strike, riot or civil commotion in respect of which a warning has been given prior to the date this insurance is purchased.

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arrival

Definitions

noun

  1. someone who arrives (or has arrived)
  2. accomplishment of an objective
  3. the act of arriving at a certain place

Examples

The former seems more likely in that the emergence of bichrome pottery is dated to approximately 1550 B.C., or roughtly four centuries prior to the documented arrival of the Peleset ( "Sea-people").

The clergyman and his son pricked up their ears at this, photography being with them only a degree less absorbing a pastime than that of walking; Ron awoke suddenly to the remembrance that his half-plate camera had never been unpacked since his arrival; and the three vied with each other in asking questions about the proposed excursion, and in urging that a date should be fixed.

Elizabeth had been a good deal disappointed in not finding a letter from Jane on their first arrival at Lambton; and this disappointment had been renewed on each of the mornings that had now been spent there; but on the third her repining was over, and her sister justified, by the receipt of two letters from her at once, on one of which was marked that it had been missent elsewhere.

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