hurry away

hurry away

To leave or depart in haste. I'm sorry you have to hurry away like that. Hopefully we'll see you again soon! He hurried away after the meeting to catch a flight to New York.
See also: away, hurry

hurry away

 and hurry off
to leave in a hurry. I have to hurry away. Excuse me, please. It's an emergency. Don't hurry off. I need to talk to you.
See also: away, hurry
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Another victory - they head to promotion-chasing Alfreton Town today and entertain Hinckley United on Monday - should be enough to hurry away any clouds of uncertainty.
I turn off down a side street before I get to him and hurry away guiltily.
With wages of somewhere in the region of pounds 40,000 a week, Butt has no reason to hurry away from Tyneside, although I am told that in an ideal world he would like to play his football back in his native North West.
Sometimes, when she arrived home, she'd surprise a seated visitor, who would start up guiltily and hurry away. So, in 1996, Sheila composed a welcoming poem, etched it on a wooden plaque and nailed it to her tree.
SNAPPED: Detective Karen Brooks and security chief Paul Hocking hurry away from the restaurant where they met Archer; GIRL COP; SNAPPED: Archer looks alarmed as he is caught having lunch with jail security chief and woman detective Pictures: ALBAN DONAHOE; JAIL BOSS
"I was so shocked, it was all I could do to scream, 'Pervert' at him, and hurry away."
One scene called for Lorna to talk to John Ridd while standing in a river and then to hurry away.
They may hurry away, heads bowed, muttering something about care in the community.
* Although click-through for the trick banner is registered, people may hurry away from the site that holds the ad.
Morris, in a study of Elizabeth Bowen that makes the reader want to hurry away and read her stories again, quotes the author on her ghosts.
I simply hurry away feeling as though I'm living the script of a Woody Allen movie.
I could only give them a donation and had to hurry away.