hurry off

hurry off

To leave or depart in haste. I'm sorry you have to hurry off like that. Hopefully we'll see you again soon! He hurried off after the meeting to catch a flight to New York.
See also: hurry, off
References in classic literature ?
"He had seen a group of old acquaintance in the street as he passed he had not stopped, he would not stop for more than a wordbut he had the vanity to think they would be disappointed if he did not call, and much as he wished to stay longer at Hartfield, he must hurry off." She had no doubt as to his being less in lovebut neither his agitated spirits, nor his hurrying away, seemed like a perfect cure; and she was rather inclined to think it implied a dread of her returning power, and a discreet resolution of not trusting himself with her long.
There is not the slightest reason for her to hurry off to America.
In this way a small gang of lurkers will hurry off the cavalry of a large war party, for when once a drove of horses are seized with panic, they become frantic, and nothing short of broken necks can stop them.
Anne and the rest of the Avonlea scholars reached town just in time to hurry off to the Academy.
The German, 30, was heavily criticised for his conduct during the Europa League final when he reacted poorly to being substituted and refused to hurry off the pitch.
"and tom?" "yes?" "Cash only, please." mavis didn't watch him hurry off, defeated.
Rather than hurry off with 14 minutes left, he sulkily ambled towards the touchline until voluble sections of the crowd demanded he quicken his stride.
After a short break, those who wished to hurry off to catch the end of the England -v Belgium match left.
And if he is interviewing winning connections in the paddock, unlike with some racing channels, he tells them to hurry off to see the horse.
A Lu double fault on match point allowed Murray to hurry off court for a royal audience with the Duchess of Cornwall.
Having taken in as much as I could of this vivid cultural milieu, I hurry off to catch a train back to Kolkata.
If the Cruddas Park library-goer is dissatisfied, a league table could quick enough cause them to hurry off to Gosforth.
did someone, maybe late for work, park here and hurry off, with
She had dropped the second set and was in obvious trouble at the start of the third, but when showers forced the players to hurry off Centre Court she had an opportunity to regain composure The 30-year-old Italian returned to tie up a 6-4 1-6 6-3 victory, quashing the prospect of losing her Wimbledon opener for the second year in a row, after defeat to Vera Dushevina 12 months ago.
Readers are enticed to make a quick list of ingredients, hurry off to the nearest grocery store and be prepared for a fun after-school activity.