Went [verb]

Definition of Went:

advance, proceed physically

Opposite/Antonyms of Went:

Sentence/Example of Went:

Since he went to Salamis in search of you, I have not seen him until late this evening.

"But you went to Athens, and took no care for your country," rejoined the prince.

Pericles went to seek his son, and found him reclining on the couch where he had left him.

He went round to the back door, where he thought it best, in the first place, to knock.

He lit a candle, and went cautiously down the rickety staircase.

John made a helpless gesture, and at a renewed call, went indoors.

He went back to the farmhouse to tell Paul of his nephew's escape.

When they had gone, he went back to the work of final adjustment.

No; I left him here, while I went to the store for a new hatchet.

He went over to the desk and began to scribble a name on the pad of paper.