Thesaurus / leave
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He so disposed his divisions as to leave Buell in utter uncertainty as to his intentions.
THE HISTORY OF THE CONFEDERATE WAR, ITS CAUSES AND ITS CONDUCT, VOLUME II (OF 2)GEORGE CARY EGGLESTON
"Still you leave me in the dark," Mahommed cried, with a frown.
THE PRINCE OF INDIA, VOLUME ILEW. WALLACE
"We shall not forget what you have told us," said Gilbert, as the wreck prepared to leave the room.
THE MYSTERY OF LINCOLN'S INNROBERT MACHRAY
But since the crew was emphatically ordered to leave, a respirator might not provide much safety.
THE STATUS CIVILIZATIONROBERT SHECKLEY
Why, she cannot leave her home at any time, without being dogged by your spies.
AN ARTIST IN CRIMERODRIGUES OTTOLENGUI
But who was to dream that he would arrange to leave it at such an unearthly time of the morning at this dark season of the year?
THE HAND OF ETHELBERTATHOMAS HARDY
At the end of a quarter of an hour of arrest, which had nothing disagreeable in it, he was simply asked to leave.
Give me leave then, dear reader, to place before you the whole of the circumstances.
THREE YEARS' WARCHRISTIAAN RUDOLF DE WET
I leave this town to-day; with you if you are wise, without you if you are not.
FOR THE SOUL OF RAFAELMARAH ELLIS RYAN
Did he die there because he was mortal and we leave Rivesaltes.
GEOGRAPHY AND PLAYSGERTRUDE STEIN
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