- n. the act of departing
“It was Dairyman's Crick's rule to insist on breaking down these partialities and aversions by constant interchange, since otherwise, in the event of a milkman or maid going away from the dairy, he was placed in a difficulty.”
“In that direction only one set of footprints led-none coming, only ones going away from here.”
“It was known at the minister's and at the doctor's, and at Miss Peabody's milliner shop, that Ophelia St. Clare was "talking about" going away down to Orleans with her cousin; and of course the whole village could do no less than help this very important process of taking about the matter.”
“But they were a little bit of human decoration, a going away semi-present from some of the ground workers.”
“And if some among us take it that banishment to work in the lazar-house is a further penance, thought Cadfael, going away reasonably content, let them take satisfaction from it.”
“You are going away over-seas" said he "Now, take care how you come back; for there is no knight, be he poor or rich, but will be dishonoured, if he return and leave in the Saracens 'hands those poor servants of Our Lord in whose company he set out.”
“So the Wargs had no intention of going away and letting the people up the trees escape, at any rate not until morning.”
“I don't quite like my children going away from home, 'said the haggler.”
“Coming in with his fastball, going away with his changeup, he yielded only one hit; a Mike Lowell single in the fifth broke up his no-hit bid.”
“Over the hot mike Carbine's Bear called two bogies at five o'clock going away, but at this instant this was not Carbine's business and they were going away anyway.”
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