I'm off

I'm off

I'm leaving. OK, well, the train comes in five minutes, so I'm off. I'm off—see you tomorrow!
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I'm off.

an expression said by someone who is just leaving. Bob: Time to go. I'm off. Mary: Bye. Sue: Well, it's been a great party. Good-bye. Got to go. Mary: I'm off too. Bye.
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References in classic literature ?
"Well, gentlemen," said he, "I'm off, you see; and, if you will examine my passport when I get back, you will be able to judge whether I have accomplished the journey agreed upon."
"I'm off for a tramp in the park," announced Phil, tossing her book aside.
"Well, I'll spend a month or two with you, and then I'm off to Moscow.
"I'm off, too!" cried the Saw-Horse, turning and prancing with agitation; "for my wood is so dry it would burn like kindlings."
I'm off!" I broke the seal with a great effort-- so great a one that I was a long time coming to it; took the unopened missive at last up to my room and only attacked it just before going to bed.
I then open the panel of the bridge, carefully shut till then; I mast it, hoist my sail, take my oars, and I'm off."
I'm off to seek it for you, and that itself will show you if I speak at random.
I'm off to the wars For the want of pence, Oh, had I but money I'd show more sense.
However, I'm off now once for all: I like your cow now a great deal better than this smart beast that played me this trick, and has spoiled my best coat, you see, in this puddle; which, by the by, smells not very like a nosegay.
"I'll give her the ten minutes and then I'm off," he muttered, and then aloud to the Prince: "I'll join you in confounding all clocks, my friend, and throw in women, too."
If you won't let me go in for the army - I could pass my exams to-morrow - I'm off. I'll enlist without waiting for the war.
I'm come to receive your congratulations and bid you good-by; and then I'm off for Paris, Rome, Naples, Switzerland, London--oh, dear!
I love to read the history pages from back in the day I read the good stories and bad stories and have your say But I'm on the final page now, I've had a good look So now i've finished today's ECHO, now i'm off to read a book MAB, Wavertree
I'M off to Amsterdam to visit my nephew and planned to see the famous tulip fields at Keukenhof.
The former Miss Ireland Universe winner, who has opened up about a fear of flying in the past, said: "Can't believe I'm saying this but I'm off again.