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