great beyond

great beyond

Euph. life after death. The fortuneteller claimed to get messages from the great beyond. I often think of my loved ones in the great beyond, and long for the day I will see them again.
See also: beyond, great
References in classic literature ?
Hovering on the verge of the great beyond,--her body "struck" and no longer under control of her iron will,--no divine visions floated across her tired brain; nothing but petty cares and sordid anxieties.
A hail of minor shells could not have given her upper works a more broken, torn, and devastated aspect: and she had about her the worn, weary air of ships coming from the far ends of the world -- and indeed with truth, for in her short passage she had been very far; sighting, verily, even the coast of the Great Beyond, whence no ship ever returns to give up her crew to the dust of the earth.
I thought it was too soon to follow my youngest brother to the Great Beyond.
The Senior Advocate of the Masses (SAM), as Gani was christened, lives on in the hearts of the people despite his transition to the great beyond in 2009.
His most recent film was Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond, where he discusses his career, including Andy Kaufman biopic Man on the Moon.
The Cassini spacecraft sent plenty of valuable information back to Earth while it was out exploring in the great beyond, including information that suggests there might be ice on Saturn's moon, Titan.
For taxpayers going to the great beyond, postpone the date until the Implementing Rules are formulated.
And what better farewell to a great performer than the one delivered by the immense crowd chanting around a body that seemed to have arranged, from the great beyond, this last demonstration of enthusiasm and love?
There's money to be made from the moon and further afar and there's damage to be done too - eventually, the space-going nations of the Earth will need to get around the table once again to regulate human activity in the great beyond.
7 "may well go down as the day the American newspaper as we've known it moved out of intensive care and into the palliative wing on its way to the Great Beyond.
And though scientists periodically discover an "earth-like" planet somewhere in the great beyond, the one we currently call home is all we have.
Shortly thereafter, Rodney and Palmer flew a Camaro into a tree, Palmer flew into a haystack, Rodney flew into the great beyond, and nothing in Sweetwater was ever the same again.
Sweeping back and forth across this wonder of the great beyond on a dark night is thrilling beyond words.
Choking back tears, Court closed with the words: "I know Biddles that you're not very religious, but if there's somewhere in the great beyond where we can meet again, please be there.
The BCS is bound for the Great Beyond after this season, and if anyone is entitled to dance on the grave, it would be Mike Bellotti.