sneak off


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Verb1.sneak off - leave furtively and stealthily; "The lecture was boring and many students slipped out when the instructor turned towards the blackboard"
go forth, leave, go away - go away from a place; "At what time does your train leave?"; "She didn't leave until midnight"; "The ship leaves at midnight"
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Pay my bill and sneak off at once to the next town; but how pass through the grinning line of boots, and waiter, and chambermaid, and ironically respectful landlord and landlady, in the hall .
There ain't been as much marrying as there used to be, and half the time they just sneak off to the minister, as if they were ashamed of it, and get married without any wedding or supper.
But I am going now to keep a sharp look-out on him; and if I see anything very suspicious going on, I'll just take him by the nape of his neck, and say --Look here, Beelzebub, you don't do it; and if he makes any fuss, by the Lord I'll make a grab into his pocket for his tail, take it to the capstan, and give him such a wrenching and heaving, that his tail will come short off at the stump --do you see; and then, I rather guess when he finds himself docked in that queer fashion, he'll sneak off without the poor satisfaction of feeling his tail between his legs.
What, sneak off and leave five or six million others who haven't had the tip, to see all the fun?
They would come in crowds and fill themselves with a fine dinner, and then sneak off.
Unfortunately, before they can sneak off, Gavin approaches Kathy and tells her he has his grandson Dennis in the car and she'd better go with him for everyone's sake.
Gavin intercepts Kathy and drags her off to his car Unfortunately, before they can sneak off, Gavin approaches Kathy and tells her he has his grandson Dennis in the car and she'd better go with him for everyone's sake.
I love to play and I sneak off all the time for a game.
Summary: A teenage juror who halted a trial by pretending he was ill, so he could sneak off to see Chicago, has been released from
Yep, the woman who once auditioned to represent the UK at Eurovision looking like the fifth Teletubby, the one who occasionally body-swerved Dipsy, Laa-Laa, Tinky Winky and Po so she could sneak off to moonlight for lads mags.