He pasted the wall with burlap. The wall is pasted with splotches.
She wallows in nostalgia for the past.
She pasted the pictures into a scrapbook.
We will persevere regardless of past failures.
A cart full of milk-bottles rattled past.
Newspeak, doublethink, the mutability of the past.
It was past the help of man.
Sybil stood waving as they whirled past.
This yogurt is past its sell-by date.
The express train whizzed past the station.
History chronicles important events of the past.
She willed herself to bury her past.
A convoy of heavy trucks rumbled past.
She’s very cagey about her past life.
The castle is redolent of the past.
A large crowd crushed past the barrier.
We pasted the enemy's greatest source of supply.
I have little information as regards his past.
There's no point in quarreling about the past.
You can’t keep harking back to the past.
What's the point? The past is the past.
You can unlock doors, sneak past guards ...
Faulkner said, " The past is not dead, it's not even past."
How do we get past the guard?
If you say it's in the past, it’s in the past.
The past is the past. It was meant to be that way.
She dwells too much on her past.
In the past I accepted it as I accepted pain.
And I was up well past midnight.
" But that past made us stronger."
And, about half past one, Theo comes downstairs.
Where did you work in the past?
The past left deep prints on him.
When I walk past people, nothing happens.
How are we going to get past?
It begins at a quarter past 10.
Past the black where the sirens sing.
I had lunch at half past twelve.
Jerry Oh, we're well past that, Jerry.
How many past events can we tell?