breeze away

breeze away

to leave quickly or abruptly. She said nothing more. She just breezed away. I breezed away without stopping to say good-bye.
See also: away, breeze
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I stroll through the West Gate enjoying the park breeze Away from the stifling city and my eyes are drawn to the "Tape" attached to trees, a giant web attracting children like flies
Carly would breeze away to victory while Tara's shoes filled with cement.
Always in the right position at the right time, Gillies crucially kicked Brindisi Breeze away from his nearest pursuers off the home turn, gaining a clear-cut advantage that was to prove decisive.
Drink in the relaxing sea air and let it breeze away your cares as you clamber around Finn McCool's old haunt the Giant's Causeway.
Just a breeze away from Boston in Quincy, Mass is the Highlands at Faxon Woods, an active senior community with 196 luxury apartment homes.
Basically Dunshaughlin is far from the madding crowd, but only a breeze away from the hustle of city life.