leave alone

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There are many, no doubt, which she would do well to leave alone!

How do you know which one to turn and which one to leave alone?

Giufà was not a very safe person to leave alone in the house.

Scaife, too, tackled problems which many men prefer to leave alone.

Pretty thing, if he's only to leave alone that which ain't any temptation to him!

“But he is not fit to leave alone, Miss Denning,” said the doctor quickly.

You must be content to leave alone the things that belong to my office.

It is always better, Keith, to leave alone what you know is not your own.

Seek Phyllis Poynton where you will, but leave alone the woman whom I love.

"It's a good race to leave alone, Miranda," said Dennis Brown.

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