If he gets away in front, them long legs of his will take some catchin'.
He'll cut across Westmeath, and make north, if he gets away from this.'
But when his temper is aroused and gets away from him, then watch out!
I've had a line on my temper ever since—sometimes it gets away, for a while, but not so often.
It scars me sometimes, the way they dodges us, and gets away.
Sometimes, when he fails to take a factor into consideration, he gets away with it.
Say, look at the way he plays a tattoo and swings, too, and gets away from it.
If it gets away my secret may be discovered and I will lose all!
The sooner he gets away from the hoax of home, the better, Laurence told himself.
So of course that stumps the rube, and Dan like as not gets away with it without ever settling.