gone with the wind






gone with the wind

gone completely

having disappeared without trace

This expression comes from Ernest Dowson's poem - Cynara (1896) : I have forgot much, Cynara, gone with the wind - but it is best known as the title of Margaret Mitchell's 1936 novel about the American Civil War.




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