get out of my sight

get out of my sight

Go away immediately; leave me alone. The phrase implies that the very sight of someone will make one angry. Often used as an imperative. I'm so angry that I can't even look at you right now—get out of my sight! The kids knew as soon as they saw my face just to get out of my sight.
See also: get, of, out, sight

get out of my sight

Go away immediately! (Usually said in anger.) Get out of my sight! Please get out of my sight forever!
See also: get, of, out, sight
References in classic literature ?
"Get out of my sight!" and when the youth was gone, he muttered, "He has done me no harm, poor wrench, but he is an eyesore to me now, for he is Driscoll, the young gentleman, and I am a--oh, I wish I was dead!"