Fleeing and Passing

Fleeing

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Passing and fleeing are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Passing" instead an adjective "Fleeing".
Nearby Word: flee
Synonyms for Fleeing

Passing

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Passing adjective – Lasting only for a short time.
Fleeing and passing are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Fleeing" instead an adjective "Passing".
Nearby Words: pass, passage, passed, passable, passingly
Synonyms for Passing

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  • Video Game / Defense of the Ancients: All-Stars An old strategy for the Techies is spamming many (if not all) Remote Mine in a lane, so you can catch a fleeing/passing-by hero in the explosion.
  • Torches and Pitchforks He winds up chasing the mob, unwittingly convincing it that it's a panicked mob running away from him, then passing it because he thinks they're fleeing something scarier than him.
  • Sacred Hospitality Similarly, out of besa (a very strong code of honor including hospitality rules), Muslim Albanians saved over 2,000 fleeing Jews during the Holocaust, passing them off (and treating them) as members of their own families, sometimes at the risk of their own lives.
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