Thesaurus / come away

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Other fierce battles were fought and numberless single combats, when the English never failed to come away victorious.

The Golden GrasshopperW.H.G. Kingston

We have all come away, and those who were after us for generations.

A Little Pilgrim Mrs. Oliphant

He liked to be in a crowd,” he said, “and we might come away before the fire was set to the piles.

The Golden GrasshopperW.H.G. Kingston

He had got as far as the tent flaps, had peered within for a few moments and had come away again walking as a man in his dream.

Triple SpiesRoy J. Snell

"Come, come away," muttered Kandur, dragging Lorand away from the bushes.

Debts of HonorMaurus Jkai

"Come away, Mr. Henderson; this is a bad business," said Stewart.

We will not go till the first act is over, and the audience settled; and we will come away before the last scene of the comedy.

Stories for HelenEliza Leslie

Whereas, when you come away from one of them musical pieces, what do you have to show for it, Abe?

Worrying Won't WinMontague Glass

Assuredly we ought then to have come away from the Gallipoli Peninsula.

"Come away," he said, in a tone which was far from being a cry of pain.

The Pilots of PomonaRobert Leighton
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