quit (some place)

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quit (some place)

To depart from some place. If you think you can just quit this town and walk away from your debts, you've got another think coming. I've had enough of your sass—I'm quitting this place for good!
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quit a place

to leave a place. In the autumn, Melinda quit Paris and traveled south to warmer climes.
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References in classic literature ?
Speak to him on Friday morning: occupy yourself afterwards (for the sake of your own interests with your employer) in leaving your unfinished work in as little confusion as possible, and quit this place on Saturday.
You will force me to quit this place as I quitted London, and--by following me again--will force me to quit the next place in which I may find refuge, as I quitted this.'
As to your promise to marry Linton, I'll take care you shall keep it; for you shall not quit this place till it is fulfilled.'
But as I cannot, and you will not, quit this place, it becomes necessary to fill up the excavation beneath the soldier's gallery; he might, by chance, hear the hollow sound of his footsteps, and call the attention of his officer to the circumstance.
And, regaining that smile and sense of sassy self that has made our secret gal a media darling, she grabbed the hand of her manager, sweetness and light restored once again, and said, 'Come on girl, let's quit this place. There's an awful stench of PIG in here.'