The next time he came near her, she would be ready.
But two months went by and not one came near us.
At least I don't think they can come near a church.
When I came near he did not open his eyes.
No man can come near me but through my act.
But no one will come near me if I'm not alone.
Nothing had come near them for the best part of six minutes.
And like as not he'll never come near the house again.
His voice seemed to come from across the room, perhaps near the door, though he had made not a sound as he'd moved.
She hasn't been anything for years or I wouldn't have ever come near you.
She came near and laid her hand against my face.
She stopped as he came near, apparently waiting for him to speak.
The women there would probably, after all they had been through, strike first at any man who came near, and ask questions afterward.
No other riders came near, although several times she noticed men, far out in the valley.
From far off, coming near, and now down below, the quiet sound of a woman weeping.
I had come near as a knife's edge to a similar fate once.
If we choose by the horns, yourself come not near.
Officers of greater age and much higher rank came near, but he ignored them also.
As he spoke one came near, saying that a woman sought leave to speak to the king upon some great matter.
The Duke had come near, and stood looking from one to another.