waygoing

waygoing

(ˈweɪˌɡəʊɪŋ)
n
Scot and Northern English the act of leaving or the action of going away
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The 12th Century Stranton Church was originally a waygoing church where the Monks from Monkwearmouth rested on their journey to and from Whitby Abbey.
That's an astonishing figure, especially given the fact that Jewish voters in the United States are voting the opposite waygoing for President Barack Obama over Romney 70 to 25 percent, according to a recent Gallup poll.
The tendency of such proportions is for this reason partly of a waygoing sort, and in part (naturally) follows the demand of a large quantity to proportional (re-) articulation.