This night, when the tide runs out, she slips away from Bristol harbor.
Then, profiting by the confusion, he slips away in the crowd.
The further all that slips away, the less I can see I was to blame for it.
I try to catch hold of the feeling and keep it, but it slips away somehow.
Unbelief, that “nimble Jack,” slips away, and can never be laid hold of.
If she slips away again at once, she should easily overtake us, and then I should give very little for the chances of the crew.
When Jean wants a new dress she slips away and communes with nature, until she's hit the right tone values.
One day slips away, and by the next the image of the evening's idol has waxed comparatively faint.
The experience is no longer a struggle, no longer a state of unrest, something that slips away; it is a possession.
Look how adroitly Giurgenow slips away, and does not condescend to give a glance to the poor prophetess he inspired.