depart

[ dih-pahrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF depart

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DEPART

It occurred to him now that this might, in fact, be the time to depart.

The crews of the French ships and their allies were ordered to depart in two days.

He spoke, and rose to depart for ever—when the look and sigh detained him.

But this must be done with the most severe scrutiny, lest we depart from truth.

The turn the conversation had taken was painful to the visitor, and he rose to depart.

It is plain that you must grant Lieutenant Lorenzi leave to depart.

He put the note into his pocket, as he spoke, and took up his hat to depart.

Far be it from me to see such holy men as ye are depart from me with no money.

The carriages of the visitors were announced, and the strangers rose to depart.

In so far as they are disagreeable, they depart from the standard.

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