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- v. To take (a person) on a surprise romantic journey.
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- v. take away quickly and suddenly
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Agence France-Presse/Getty Images Ambulances arrived to whisk away injured people in Quneitra, Syria.
Inquisitive and most observant they might be likened to Lilliputian seals, as they cling, a row of them, to a partially submerged root, and peer at you, ready to whisk away at the least sign of interference.
When he came to whisk away Liir’s glass for a refill, he said, “Three Ozpence, guv; and how’ve you been keeping since Southstairs?”