sneak away

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sneak away (from some place)

to go away from a place quietly and in secret. Jeff tried to sneak away from the party, but Judy saw him. They sneaked away together.
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Best place to sneak away for an afternoon (with a cooler and perhaps a friend, a fly rod, or a good book):
Growing up outside Boston, a young Petgrave would sneak away to Logan Airport to watch helicopters take off and land.
I am my guest why deny it but at times I am also a stranger to myself when my unmannered host looks at me I begin to feel gratuitous and I sneak away
If the Mona Lisa is a mob scene at the Louvre, sneak away to see other da Vinci works, including Madonna of the Rocks, Bacchus, Virgin and Child with St.
He's actually working as a waiter in London at weekends, and had to sneak away from serving guests when I called him up.
Jaime Stryker, a Los Angeles-based writer, began reading romances at the age of eleven when she would sneak away some of her mother's books.
so, to ground myself, I thought the only way of making sense of this situation is to sneak away.
Having said that I wouldn't discount on a quiet day when people are watching the leaders that Steve could sneak away and do a solo break or get away in a break.
They sneak away by pretending to be doing a 10km run in Glasgow, then stay another night by lying about a train being cancelled.
HEMLINGTON have more or less secured the billiards and snooker sections in the Coors Friendly league A Division but they did offer some charity when they let Eston Labour sneak away with two points.
He was arrested after Roma's soldier grandson Mark, 24, who had returned from Afghanistan for the funeral, later saw him sneak away from next door.
But even he has to sneak away for a few drags before returning to mingle with the great and the good.
The drug-dealer's angry mood prompts VJ to sneak away and hide, taking his new-found booty - the knapsack - with him.
I said, `If Bailey tries to sneak away at the half-mile pole, just attack him.