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long absent, soon forgottenLove fades away when people are distant and don't keep close physical contact.Rate it:

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long armA pole tool used for handling things too far away to reach.Rate it:

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look offTo mislead by directing one's apparent attention away from one's true object of intent.Rate it:

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make a break for itTo attempt to escape; to flee; to run away.Rate it:

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make oneself scarceTo leave or depart, or to avoid or stay away.Rate it:

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make tracksTo leave or depart; to go away.Rate it:

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misery loves companyMisery is easier to bear when one is not the only one miserable.1995, Chris Abbott, Rate it:

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never breathed a wordKeep secrets, never give away any sense of the situation.Rate it:

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night outGoing away from one's usual residence for an entire night, and returning the next day.Rate it:

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night outSpending the evening away from one's usual residence. The phrase typically implies going to a restaurant, going to watch entertainment, or other types of urban nightlife, starting from about 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and lasting until approximately 11:00 pm or later.Rate it:

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off like a bride's nightieMaking a rapid departure; away. [From 1960.](Australia, horse racing) Moving quickly and resolutely.Rate it:

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on the lamRunning away, usually from the police; on the run.Rate it:

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on the spotAt that very moment; right away.Rate it:

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pack upTo clear away.Rate it:

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peg itTo run away; to leg it; to scarper.Rate it:

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put upTo store away.Rate it:

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rack offTo go away; to sod off.Rate it:

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rack upto gain (points etc.; in a game or sport)Rate it:

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ride downTo bear down, as on a halyard when hoisting a sail.Rate it:

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run offTo chase someone away.Rate it:

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Russian rouletteA deadly game in which a person loads a single bullet in the cylinder of a revolver, spins the cylinder so that the location of the bullet is unknown, points the weapon at his/her head, and pulls the trigger. In its most lethal form, played by multiple participants each of whom takes a turn until the weapon discharges.Rate it:

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score offTo defeat (especially in an argument), get the better of, achieve a success over, gain an advantage or win points over, make a point to the detriment or at the expense of, make appear foolish. Sometimes with particle on (someone).Rate it:

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screw offTo go away at someone's urging; to bugger off.Rate it:

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send someone packingTo expel, eject, or dismiss someone; to send away, chase off, or force out.Rate it:

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shoot the moonTo achieve the lowest score possible, such that the player is usually rewarded with bonus points.Rate it:

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show a clean pair of heelsto run away quickly; to make an escape quickly; to outpaceRate it:

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shrink backTo back away or retreat; to abandon an effort.Rate it:

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skoffedDo sartastically whistle air out of your mouth and look awayRate it:

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squint like a bag of nailsTo squint very much, as though one's eyes were directed as many ways as the points of a bag of nails.Rate it:

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stalking horseA candidate put forward to serve a hidden, ulterior purpose in a political campaign, such as testing the field for another potential candidate by gauging voter sentiment or covertly helping another candidate by attracting voters away from a third candidate.Rate it:

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step overTo relocate oneself to a position of a few steps away; step asideRate it:

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take a hikeTo go away; to leave or depart.Rate it:

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take a long walk on a short pierUsed to tell someone to go away, or that their request will not be met.Rate it:

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take a powderTo leave in a hurry; run away; scram; depart without taking leave or notifying anyone, often with a connotation of avoiding something unpleasant or shirking responsibility.Rate it:

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take offTo leave unexpectedly, blow the joint, leave in a huff, run out, evacuate, disband, abandon, rush away, fly the coop, jump the rails, jump the gun.Rate it:

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take to one's heelsTo leave; especially, to flee or run away.Rate it:

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take to the hillsTo flee or vanish; to run away.Rate it:

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taking to ones heelsrunning awayRate it:

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the straw that broke the camel's backA small and seemingly insignificant addition to a burden that renders it too much to bear; the small thing which causes failure, or causes inability or unwillingness to endure any more of something.Rate it:

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thorn in the fleshA persistent difficulty or something very annoying that will not go away.Rate it:

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throw to the dogsTo throw away useless.Rate it:

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time heals all woundsNegative feelings eventually erode awayRate it:

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to give a person lineTo allow a person more or less liberty until it is convenient to stop or check him/her, like a hooked fish that swims away with the line.Rate it:

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to goServed in a package or takeout container so as to be taken away from a restaurant rather than eaten on the premises.Rate it:

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tout de suiteImmediately, right away.Rate it:

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try to get on first!An encouraging expression to others to attempt a seemingly impossible task. The leader asks the crew to give it their best and try the "baseball theme".Rate it:

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tune outTo change the channel or frequency away from.Rate it:

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tune you out!Disregard, Ignore, Leave, 'Turn You Off!', Abandon, Isolate, Turn Away, Terminate, Go Away from, Reject, Dismiss, Divorce:Rate it:

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turn on one's heelTo suddenly turn away from someone or something in order to depart rapidly, especially as expressive of haughtiness, disapproval, or evasiveness.Rate it:

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turn tailTo flee; to run away; to leave.Rate it:

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