Drift out - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
To slowly leave one place or thing. Because it was a rainy Monday morning, the students just drifted out of the room after the bell rang.
to move out of a place slowly. After there was no more food, the people drifted out, one by one. The boat drifted out and almost got away.
References in periodicals archive
When vehicles are travelling in parallel across multiple lanes this drifting causes a domino effect, with cars in the outer lanes forced to also drift out
of lane to avoid a collision.
The seven-year-old gave Lightning Strike a run for his money for a long way at Doncaster before a few unseemly errors saw him drift out
The seven-year-old gave Lightning Strike a run for his money for a long way at Don caster before a few unseemly errors saw him drift out