arrive


arrive
01. The plane will probably [arrive] a little later than scheduled, due to the bad weather.
02. The plane's [arrival] was delayed by over two hours, due to a snowstorm.
03. The victim of the car accident was pronounced dead on [arrival] at the hospital.
04. The [arrival] of the new president at the university has brought many expectations of change.
05. The whole family is anxiously awaiting the [arrival] of the new baby.
06. Theo never [arrives] at a party on time.
07. We have sent you a package which should [arrive] within a couple of days.
08. Robert Pirsig once remarked that sometimes it's a little better to travel than to [arrive].
09. We [arrived] at the bus depot just in time to see our bus leaving without us.
10. Both scientists [arrived] at the same conclusion after studying the data.
11. On April 13, 1796, America's first elephant [arrived] in New York.
12. The athletes from Iceland took 25 hours in the air to [arrive] in Sydney, Australia, for the 27th Olympic Games in September 2000.
13. A Portuguese proverb notes that visits always give pleasure - if not at the [arrival], then at the departure.
14. A Zulu proverb notes that the horse that [arrives] early gets good drinking water.
15. The first panda to appear in the United States [arrived] in San Francisco in December of 1936.
16. Tourism is currently Cambodia's fastest growing industry, with [arrivals] up 34% in 2000.

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  • Arrive — Ar*rive , v. t. 1. To bring to shore. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] And made the sea trod ship arrive them. Chapman. [1913 Webster] 2. To reach; to come to. [Archaic] [1913 Webster] Ere he arrive the happy isle. Milton. [1913 Webster] Ere we could arrive …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Arrive — Ar*rive , v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Arrived}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Arriving}.] [OE. ariven to arrive, land, OF. ariver, F. arriver, fr. LL. arripare, adripare, to come to shore; L. ad + ripa the shore or sloping bank of a river. Cf. {Riparian}.] 1. To… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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