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sneak away (from some place)

To leave, depart, or move away from some place in a quiet, sneaky, inconspicuous, or furtive manner. I snuck away from the party when things started getting so rowdy. I'll distract them so you have a chance to sneak away.
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sneak away (from some place)

to go away from a place quietly and in secret. Jeff tried to sneak away from the party, but Judy saw him. They sneaked away together.
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References in classic literature ?
But I used to think I was a regular rip-snorter when I was a youngster up in Eastern Oregon, sneaking away from camp to ride with the cattle and break cayuses and that sort of thing."
Most of them are already on their way home, if not there already, sneaking away from the last Prime Minister's Questions of the year.
MARCH 17, 2011 Tracie and Deven have sex after Rebecca spots them sneaking away from a crew party.
Talking to the office-bearers and workers of the MQM Upper Punjab in Rawalpindi, he said the feudal lords, waderas and capitalists who amassed ill-gotten money are sneaking away from taking part in elections.
"They make speeches about it yet, at the same time, a senior Cabinet Minister and friend of David Cameron is sneaking away from his wife to have sex with me."
Prince Harry lights up a cigarette while sneaking away from a polo match with a pal.
Former Bradford star Clarke was also fined after sneaking away from the team hotel to a nightclub on the eve of their FA Cup clash against Newcastle last week.
Actor Andrew Paul sneaking away from Sun Hill nick to share steamy moments with fellow cop Trudie Goodwin?
On his third breakout, he led three inmates through a fence after sneaking away from a football match at Saughton.
On his third bid, he led three other inmates through a fence after sneaking away from a prison football match.