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Common misspellings for gone

kuoni, gorve, ioen, goones, guinie, gona, guinue, hygene, korny, geneal, nknew, givne, gorwn, hygine, gowe, gonorhea, jone, goind, tghen, giner, gineau, gount, gondi, egone, gooing, goung, knnew, jaonne, ginea, june2010, goen, egine, jouney, gne, govner, gove, phojne, goinq, hygeene, goten, negine, tougne, grine, yone, jointhe, jonse, gose, hwne, guinae, hygne, ugene, gennie, konw, goint, goany, gonna, june2, konwn, junhe, ginen, gane, gaoing, comne, gunea, grane, gunite, guinne, genvea, jonie, dugon, mcone, genue, goupe, ginue, joigned, goand, gownd, quene, georfe, gueen, gorng, govener, golle, goiin, cohne, pnone, sone, goinf, gopne, gernre, gouing, gaine, conney, june22, geine, gener, none, foney, irgone, gurnee, genune, gormae, gence, giong, glne, goeing, guneia, geenie, gouze, ghope, guniea, goden, cycone, wjune, gonnerhea, govoner, ginnea, gome, goingo, gonig, ione, coyne, ketone, ocone, goesn, gonner, one'e, gonan, gione, gamne, joned, june3, gicen, goine, giogn, goole, egnor, goi9ng, ghone, guiney, qonna, june4, conel, gahna, tognue, geonome, gound, tione, sygine, noney, noner, igone, ginie, joine, conern, guned, egnoor, conure, gunie, gobe, gomne, yogen, qwner, on'e, gioing, joiney, hiygene, ignoe, genuie, mone, gon't, govaner, gine, gourney, boucne, ganme, gofey, gined, goinon, yvone, oone, can'e, gorne, agine, gon, ginuea, monei, sogned, gerne, gobern, goe, geneo, goove, goiong, gonns, june6, june30, wghen, ginnie, genne, fornew, codene, ganera, goku, gole, conve, genuen, gooe, goeng, guiene, gaoin, gente, jorney, gope, yougner, geinue, kone, ghosn, goign, goiing, aggony, ghome, ghoing, goinig, coaine, johney, gange, gooie, igorne, gonde, conme, hygnie, gonee, coner, koinia, geuine, june12, conoe, goekn, gowng, eone, goong, gvie, june11, aone, gurnie, guinnie, done, june2007, ignoer, guinnae, worne, guine, gonk, golee, go9ing, gointo, got'n, uknew, gonme, joane, gaion, agane, gortney, joinee, rone, don'e, june10, gond, goihng, goiung, gende, agoney, ohne, june16, goinh, cocane, gottne, geinie, wigon, dejonae, pohne, goteen, goingf, geneve, corne, johne, genona, zone, gonoreah, gonr, gode, geona, genone, pkone, wjine, goona, ginney, june06, journe, goina, gones, goingi, guinee, gourn, geoing, gonernor, giene, goaned, gonn, gonnna, pghone, coine, gone, egony, fone, jonne, gonne, june1, goie, kknew, conque, hyginie, goinna, jouner, gioant, geniue, gronw, icone, agene, joirney, conse, goone, konow, goaline, gasoine, conne, grene, conie, gont, ligionier, goinng, gerney, gerny, phjone, migon, june2008, wone, galone, geanie, gormee, maghoney, ginei, ganre, bojne, coniue, ugiene, higene, genuene, zone1, gvien, gote, xone, kjnew, canoue, jknew, genle, qoing, agonny, eginer, gouwn, lagone, cubone, logni, grone, yvonee, argonee, coney, ragone, kunne, eugune, foune, goyle, goya, g0ing, ggoing, ganne, gojne, goanna, ghonerra, gonney, govnoer, gynm, joyrney, june17, o2ne, ojne, ph0ne, picone, gthe.

Definitions of gone

  1.   having all been spent; " the money is all gone"
  2.   Declined; departed; ruined; undone; past; deceased: to go about, to attempt; to engage in: to go about your business, to depart and mind your own affairs: to go between, to interpose; to mediate: a go- between, an intermediate agent: the go- by, an evasion; a shifting off; escape by artifice: go to, an exclamation meaning - come, come, say the right thing, or take the right course; move; begin: to go abroad, to go out of the country; to walk outside the house; to be disclosed or published: to go aside, to retire to a private place; to err: to go astray,, to wander from the right course: to go away, to depart: to go down, to come to nothing; to disappear; to be swallowed or accepted: to go for nothing, to have no meaning or effect: to go forth, to issue; to become public: to go hard with, to have small chance of escape; to cause serious trouble or danger to: to go in, to enter: to go in and out, to go freely; to be at liberty: to go off, to depart to a distance; to die; to explode; to run away: to go on, to proceed; to make an appearance, as on the stage: to go out, to issue forth; to go upon any expedition; to be extinguished: to go over, to change sides; to read; to examine: to go through, to suffer; to undergo; to perform thoroughly: to go under, to be known by, as, to go under a certain name; to be ruined: to go ill with, not to prosper: to go well with, to prosper: to go into or unto, in Scrip., to have sexual intercourse with: to let go, to allow to depart; to release.
  3.   ( euphemistic) " he is deceased"; " our dear departed friend"
  4.   Pa. p. of Go.
  5.   p. p. of Go.
  6.   Of go, which see.
  7.   Ruined; lost faint or weak; carried away.
  8.   ( informal) destroyed or killed; " we are gone geese"
  9.   dead; " he is deceased"; " our dear departed friend"
  10.   of Go
  11.   Of GO, v.
  12.   not present; having left; " he's away right now"; " you must not allow a stranger into the house when your mother is away"; " everyone is gone now"; " the departed guests"
  13.   well in the past; former; " bygone days"; " dreams of foregone times"; " sweet memories of gone summers"; " relics of a departed era"
  14.   destroyed or killed; " we are gone geese"
  15.   no longer retained; " gone with the wind"
  16.   Of to go.

Quotes of gone

  1. It could be argued that, in Thailand, many foreigners have come and gone and the number of people who are considered to be Thai have traveled abroad in a great number. – Bhumibol Adulyadej
  2. I've slowly gone back, later on in life, to fish and then chicken and then, last year, red meat. – Sarah Chalke
  3. Terrorism takes us back to ages we thought were long gone if we allow it a free hand to corrupt democratic societies and destroy the basic rules of international life. – Jacques Chirac
  4. I could have gone the route of a lot of these former child actors, but I didn't want that for myself. Like I said, when I was 14 years old, I decided to quit. I didn't ever want to do it again. – Macaulay Culkin
  5. I haven't gone completely insane, but it might happen soon. – Megan Fox
  6. There is nothing that I shudder at more than the idea of a separation of the Union. Should such an event ever happen, which I fervently pray God to avert, from that date I view our liberty gone – Andrew Jackson
  7. I'm married now, so I have a life. I had to get a life. That's one thing I really had to do, you know. You do that kind of work on television series after television series and you don't have a life. So, that's part of what I did while I was gone I got a life. – Kate Jackson
  8. Long after the bomb falls and you and your good deeds are gone cockroaches will still be here, prowling the streets like armored cars. – Tama Janowitz
  9. You can't lead anyone else further than you have gone yourself. – Gene Mauch
  10. I have definitely gone through my ups and downs and faced my adversity and my nay -sayers, but managed to do all right. It is a pretty classic tale. – Steve Nash
  11. We truly have an ancient part of the brain that was about survival when we were prey but we seem to have gone past prey. We eat everything and nothing eats us. – Nick Nolte
  12. One of the things that has been truly incredible to observe though, is the amount of venture investment that has gone into early stage security technology. – John W. Thompson
  13. Wealth, beauty, and fame are transient. When those are gone little is left except the need to be useful. – Gene Tierney
  14. I've gone through a lot of stuff in my life. – Jon Voight
  15. I had an art teacher who's the reason I got there in high school who encouraged me to go to Alabama. That's where she had gone and kept raving over their art department. – Sela Ward

Usage examples for gone

  1. And in the morning, before you are up, I'll be gone – Wolf Breed by Jackson Gregory
  2. “ No, I'm not gone – Old Ebenezer by Opie Read
  3. You shall have it some day- when I'm dead and gone – The Man with a Shadow by George Manville Fenn
  4. Gone and he will never know how well I love him! ” – What Answer? by Anna E. Dickinson
  5. “ I would have gone away at once ... ” – Pélléas and Mélisande by Maurice Maeterlinck
  6. Oh, it's gone as far as that, has it? ” – The Come Back by Carolyn Wells
  7. Has Lady Ingleton gone – In the Wilderness by Robert Hichens
  8. Suppose I had gone – Virginia by Ellen Glasgow
  9. Now Wakayoo was gone – Baree, Son of Kazan by James Oliver Curwood
  10. “ I told you I should not be long gone – The Crofton Boys by Harriet Martineau
  11. And now he is gone – Mrs. Halliburton's Troubles by Mrs. Henry Wood
  12. And Mr. Benyon had gone – Amusement Only by Richard Marsh
  13. Do you suppose they have gone Jeekie? ” – The Yellow God An Idol of Africa by H. Rider Haggard
  14. “ I thought you gone – Molly Bawn by Margaret Wolfe Hamilton
  15. “ No, they were not all gone as we soon found out. ” – The Extraordinary Adventures of Arsene Lupin, Gentleman-Burglar by Maurice Leblanc
  16. “ No, Ma, it long time gone – White Queen of the Cannibals: The Story of Mary Slessor by A. J. Bueltmann
  17. Did you know that the Archibalds had gone – The Associate Hermits by Frank R. Stockton
  18. “ I thought mebbe ye'd gone somewheres. ” – Last Words by Stephen Crane
  19. Where had it gone – Boris Lensky by Ossip Schubin
  20. When she was gone Frances turned to me. ” – Kent Knowles: Quahaug by Joseph C. Lincoln

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