Thesaurus / pull away

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“I fancy they are going to pull away a little so as to launch a torpedo at us,” stated Ned.

Boy Scouts in the North SeaG. Harvey Ralphson

And as soon as it was light enough they all went home to take a nap, leaving Timothy Turtle to pull away to his heart's content.

The Tale of Timothy TurtleArthur Scott Bailey

He burst out into shrill laughter, and his horse snorted and tried to pull away.

Louisiana LouWilliam West Winter

Everything was now ready, and the selected crew was prepared to pull away from the ship.

"Let go of me," cried the frightened girl, and attempted to pull away, but Vorlange held her tight.

The Boy Land BoomerRalph Bonehill

I bade the Zulus tear down the curtain and pull away some of the end boughs, so as to let in more light.

She and AllanH. Rider Haggard

So it does; that will do; and now let us pull away as hard as we can, so as to be back in good time.

Masterman ReadyCaptain Frederick Marryat

Maybe I'll come up hand over hand if I can, and you will pull away when I give the rope two jerks.

Ted Strong's Motor CarEdward C. Taylor

Pull away,” cried Stephen; “we shall soon be out of range, and in a few minutes will catch the breeze again.

Roger WilloughbyWilliam H. G. Kingston

But with the years had come a feeling that the Nation's life was unsafe if any State should pull away.

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.