We have no meanings for "zoomed by" in our records yet.
Cars zoomed by now and then, dispelling apparitions of my former mentor.
It passed over Rosewood Day, swooped around, and then zoomed by again.
Jet ducked beneath the woman's leather boot as it zoomed by.
A groundskeeper zoomed by on a John Deere mower outside the window, and Aria jumped.
To her left and right, familiar houses zoomed by, looking like shocked faces in the low street light.
A flash of white zoomed by.
I have, if you're anything like the vast majority of the riders who zoomed by us out on the trails.
As soon as next Friday zoomed by and left her with a big fat zero on Mr. Swanson's English project.
Rapid-transit cars zoomed by overhead on the monorail, each one filled with commuters, students, and general gawkers taking the high-speed tour.
Motorists zoomed by at high speeds, coming incredibly close to his bike, which he found was not an uncommon occurrence for cyclists.
Soybean plantings zoomed by 24 percent and corn by 14 percent since 1996, said a recent University of Illinois study.
She was so used to the vibrations every time a train zoomed by that it was more attention-grabbing when there were extended periods of calm.
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