away with (someone or something)

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away with (someone or something)

Go away! Away with you—you're bothering me!
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away with something

used as an exhortation to overcome or be rid of something.
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References in classic literature ?
or is she somebody else's pretty wife run away with somebody else's man?
Then the others sighed and shook their heads too, for the ample lady was a great local potentate, and one began to tell how another dreadful husband had brought his young wife into the country and had kept her there, concealing her beauty and accomplishments from the public in a most cruel manner, and how, after spending a certain number of years in alternately weeping and producing progeny, she had quite lately run away with somebody unspeakable--I think it was the footman, or the baker, or some one of that sort.
Trix has run away with somebody," cried Polly, with a gasp.
Jackett said: "He has shown potential, but also if it's not right for him here then we will work away with somebody else.
I went to the PGI police station to lodge a complaint, but the police chased me away saying she might have run away with somebody.
My mum ran away with somebody when I was ten, leaving me and my siblings to look after the family," said Sadie.
He said: "I told her I couldn't believe that she thought she could go away with somebody like him and get away with it.