drift out

drift out

To slowly leave one place or thing. Because it was a rainy Monday morning, the students just drifted out of the room after the bell rang.
See also: drift, out

drift out

to move out of a place slowly. After there was no more food, the people drifted out, one by one. The boat drifted out and almost got away.
See also: drift, out
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The seven-year-old gave Lightning Strike a run for his money for a long way at Don caster before a few unseemly errors saw him drift out of contention.