John Batchelor talks to Republicans who say Ryan's peeved his ideas were bypassed—and reports more turmoil on the right.
We might have bypassed the ignorant masses in favor of an enlightened few.
Al Qaeda and Zawahiri know they have been bypassed in the streets of Cairo, Suez and Alexandria.
But al Qaeda and Zawahiri know they have been bypassed in the streets of Cairo, Suez and Alexandria.
More jobs must be made available to those who have been bypassed until now.
Then the bespectacled customs official who had bypassed quarantine for Black Eyes, got in touch with the authorities.
We can safely assume that Omega will not have bypassed any likely target.
Somehow, the signal wire had been bypassed, to keep the operators from knowing the drone control was inoperative.
To the whites' disappointment, the Indians had bypassed Saukenuk, doubtless aware that the militia had come out against them.
A check on diverging evolutions, they had called it—uncounted thousands of suns without planets, bypassed.
1823, "to pass by" (implied in bypassed), from bypass (n.). From 1928 as "to go around, avoid;" figurative use from 1941. Related: Bypassed; bypassing.
bypass by·pass (bī'pās')
A passage created surgically to divert the flow of blood or other bodily fluid or to circumvent an obstructed or diseased organ.
A surgical procedure to create such a channel.