away with (someone or something)

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away with (someone or something)

Go away! Away with you—you're bothering me!
See also: away

away with something

used as an exhortation to overcome or be rid of something.
See also: away, something
References in classic literature ?
When Rosser left this dark room at our heels, forgetting his outer clothing in the excitement, and driving away with us in his shirt sleeves--all through the discreditable proceedings we knew whom we were dealing with, murderer and coward that he was!"
"Though he had not nerves for coming away with us, and setting off again afterwards to pay a formal visit here, he will make his way over to Kellynch one day by himself, you may depend on it.
"Tell you what," said Scraps, who was trying to pull the quills out of her own body, "let's gather up all the quills and take them away with us; then old Chiss won't have any left to throw at people."
As my son is nearly 18 he doesn't come away with us any more so I'm now the only man left with four women!
"We can go into the Everton game believing we can take something away with us. Hopefully we can keep a clean sheet and then nick a couple of goals
"Hopefully, we can still go into the Everton game definitely believing we can take something away with us.