breeze away

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breeze away

To depart quickly or unexpectedly. Brian breezed away before I had a chance to say goodbye to him.
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breeze away

to leave quickly or abruptly. She said nothing more. She just breezed away. I breezed away without stopping to say good-bye.
See also: away, breeze
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Already excited about the fact that I was packing up sunscreen and summer wear, given that Delhi winter had set in, the three hour flight breezed away as I woke up to a view of a verdant landscape with shimmering tributaries cleaving through it.
Fernandinho breezed away from Ramires and drove into the box, Bertrand slipping, Eden Hazard and Luiz beaten too before a low cross swept home by Willian.
Golden Lilac, another daughter of Galileo, breezed away with the Poule d'Essai des Pouliches at Longchamp with breathtaking acceleration, but the time of the race has left time experts questioning the value of the form.
Plymouth took a quick throw to the front of the line-out where Wayne Sprangle galloped around the front and breezed away from 30 metres.
Elaala would have breezed away with the seller but for coming down at the last hurdle
Articulate and passionate, he was never found wanting for an opinion, and his lucid intellect breezed away some of the cobwebs of Irish racing administration.