Thesaurus / gotten off


Outside, Dan knocked off the dirt from his clothes and headed for the sedan he'd, somehow gotten off the roof.

PursuitLester del Rey

But if thee keep'st a good hart, thee'lt be at whoam afore they know thee'st gotten off.

If only that top pattern could be gotten off from the under one!

The Yellow WallpaperCharlotte Perkins Gilman

How was Bob to be gotten off alive, he wondered, for he had come to believe that his chum was aboard the fleeing craft.

The Black BuccaneerStephen W. Meader

Thats what might have happened to you, only you might not have gotten off so easily, said Mrs. Bobbsey.

I then went to the starboard side, thinking that father and mother must have gotten off in a boat.

No boat was taken, so they couldn't have gotten off in one of them craft, an' we wasn't near enough land t' make swimmin' safe.

Milroy, they say, escaped by flight—but may not have gotten off very far, as it seems certain that our one-legged Lieut.-Gen.

If that man was Littell he must have gotten off at some station near his hotel.

A Master HandRichard Dallas

Even had my hand been crushed under the wheels, it is doubtful whether "Slim" would have gotten off the train.

My LifeJosiah Flynt

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