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  • v. To become unfavorable; to decrease; to take a turn for the worse.


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  • "From there we'll go south to talk to the Chok-Taw and the Chicky-Saw."

    He Don't Know Him

  • It seems that we must go south after all and tackle the fortress of Badajoz.

    Beyond the Sunrise

  • He could go south to the German base at Rabaul in the Bismarck Archipelago, and beyond toward Australia.

    Castles of Steel

  • "I told her to go south and come in over the Ponypiles, that we needed an aerial of them," I said.

    Futures Imperfect

  • Barham was able to repair her damage at Cromarty, but Warspite had to go south to Devonport.

    Castles of Steel

  • He was guessing that the Angie Queen would go south as far as the tip of the Forefinger, and maybe a lot farther.

    Burning Tower

  • When that was successfully accomplished, he proposed withdrawing at high speed to the eastward before the enemy could bring up their warships, pass between Ascension Island and St. Helena, and go south to attack shipping on the Cape of Good Hope route.

    Graf Spee

  • The railway was intended to go south to Alice and join up with the one from Alice down to Adelaide-go from north to south of the continent.

    A Town Like Alice

  • We will go east from here and cross over the mountains, then go south down through D'Hara-through mostly wide-open country were we can make good time-down through the Azrith Plains, to eventually join the Kern River far to the south.

    Men Don't Leave Me

  • In other words, they would have to go south into Italys pasturelands.

    The Spartacus War


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