rush off


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Verb1.rush off - depart in a hurry
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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I often wonder at you, Annette- how at your age you can rush off alone in a carriage to Moscow, to Petersburg, to those ministers and great people, and know how to deal with them all!
Only, if you are not in TOO much of a hurry to rush off to San Francisco with that post-office appointment, Mr.
They were all now inside the field, and she was edging back to rush off alone when a horseman emerged almost silently from the corner of the hedge that screened the road, and Alec d'Urberville looked round upon them.
"I was waiting at Granny's, and Ellen came alone, and said she had dropped you on the way because you had to rush off on business.
I know that the proper thing to do, when you get to a village or town, is to rush off to the churchyard, and enjoy the graves; but it is a recreation that I always deny myself.
"Now mind, you'll forget, I know you, or rush off home to the country!" Stepan Arkadyevitch called out laughing.
Witness John Rose said: "He shot up all the rooms and he went to every room looking for somebody and he shot them all up, then we saw him rush out, jump into his Toyota pick-up, and rush off."
You rush off on holiday, only to arrive and find you've left some essential items at home.
And when Chesney has to rush off to Wolverhampton to care for his mum, Gemma is left in charge of the kebab shop, but is soon fending off thugs looking for free food.