What is the opposite of coming?

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Adjective
Opposite of due to happen or just beginning
“Plenty has been said and done in the past fortnight.”
Adjective
Opposite of coming after something in time or place
“Our previous leader may have been a loose cannon, but he always got the job done.”
Adjective
Opposite of destined or fated to happen or arrive
“Before us lies the unforeseeable future, and the path ahead cannot be clearly discerned nor predicted.”
Adjective
Opposite of likely to happen at a future date
Adjective
Opposite of beginning to develop
Adjective
Opposite of coming into view or into existence
Adjective
Opposite of chosen for a position but not yet in office
Adjective
Opposite of beginning to attract attention or critical acclaim
Noun
Opposite of an arrival or approach
“The sudden departure of millions of citizens to foreign lands sent shock waves across the country.”
Noun
Opposite of the process of coming into existence or prominence
Noun
Opposite of the emergence or appearance of a new development or product
Noun
Opposite of the beginning of a phenomenon or period of time, especially one considered favourable
Verb
Opposite of going somewhere, typically with some degree of difficulty
“I didn't feel like going anywhere. I preferred staying at home.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to arrive at, or get to, a destination
“I think it would be appropriate for you to leave this party at this instant.”
Verb
(come to) Opposite of present participle for to arrive at a given place
“After a short respite, we would continue our long drive interstate.”
Verb
(come to) Opposite of present participle for to arrive at a given place
“After a failed expedition to the top of Mount Everest, the fatigued climbers decided it was time to turn around and return to base.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to move or travel towards
“Her heart sank when she saw him leave.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to take place or come about
“Moments like these disappear as quickly as they appear.”
Verb
(come from) Opposite of present participle for to originate from by birth or as a native
“The family would eventually migrate to another country to escape the oppressive rule of the King.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to reach a specified point, state, or situation
“The scanning of my harddisk would discontinue at around eighty per-cent, causing my frustration to mount.”
Verb
Opposite of present participle for to make progress
“His condition will regress if we don't do anything about it now.”
Adverb
Opposite of along the way
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