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speed off

v.
To leave or drive off rapidly: She hopped in her car and sped off. The ambulance sped off to the hospital.
See also: off, speed
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The light changed or they just had the gumption to speed off,'' Oppelt said.
She is liaising with the Metropolitan Police anti-terrorism branch after reporting seeing a motorcyclist speed off minutes before the bombs exploded.
Finally he leaped into an Audi driven by Hedley Jenkins and told him to speed off, firing 30-40 shots which put two police cars out of action.
Its unique formulation helps to increase ball speed off the clubface, which translates directly to more consistent and impressive distance for golfers with slower swing speeds.
Earlier this week, neighbors reported seeing a black pickup truck smash into the gate hard enough to knock it down and then speed off, city officials said.
The thinner cover of the HX Tour Golf Ball gives it a bit more speed off the driver and, as a result, the ball flies farther down the fairway and still maintains Tour-caliber spin around the greens.
Moments later when police pulled them over, Blanks told Mansfield to speed off, which Mansfield refused to do.
Ah, how I pine for the days when I could cruise on in to a gas station in my Geo Storm, pay 98 cents per gallon (five bucks could nearly fill the tank) and speed off, all the while listening to one of the latest grunge offerings.
But when the green flag came out to restart the race, Herta got stuck in traffic while Zanardi speed off to an untouchable lead.