slip away[ slip ]SEE DEFINITION OF slip away
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SLIP AWAY
She had taken advantage of his momentary absorption to slip away.
He was glad indeed when he could slip away for a dance with Madeline.
He had a feeling that she was about to slip away from him, so he got up.
A few panic-stricken, began to slip away, but the mass were faithful.
Directly she could slip away from her guests Mrs Fyne ran upstairs.
She would have to slip away without attracting the notice of the dog.
Directly she could slip away from her guests Mrs. Fyne ran upstairs.
Moyne wanted me to slip away with him to the billiard room; but I refused to do so.
"We'll just have to slip away without his knowing it next time," says Pinckney.
My friends had managed to slip away unseen and were headed for the Argos.