- interj. Command asking someone to leave them alone.
- v. To depart or leave a place.
- v. To travel somewhere, especially on holiday or vacation.
- v. To become invisible, vanish or disappear.
- v. become invisible or unnoticeable
- v. move away from a place into another direction
- v. get lost, as without warning or explanation
- v. go away from a place
“This slight pointiness will go away within a couple weeks.”
“For the 1984 Olympics, by repeating how complex and difficult it's going to be, some people chose not to travel, to take public transit or go away for vacation, said Martin Wachs of the Rand Corp. think tank.”
““Who was going to look after them when I go away to college?” he asked Dr. Horsehead.”
“Did dose bad sisters go away and weave wittoo Deena all alone?”
“Afterpains usually go away after the first week or so.”
“Hemorrhoids usually go away within a month or so after birth.”
“I was vaguely annoyed that our conversationa lengthy diatribe by me about the horrible month I was havinghad been interrupted, and I just wanted her to go away so I could get back to poor me.”
“To prevent any further errors, I begin squeezing it tighter, mashing it into a different shape noweven if I dont break 80, I can still shoot 81 or 82 and go away happy.”
“Consequently, unlike pseudocommunity, it does not simply go away as soon as the group becomes aware of it.”
“Nakita was busy telling Mercer about how she was going to go away to school to study fashion design.”
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