sneak away (from some place)

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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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At work and with her friends, she devours fiction, is bold and outspoken, and sneaks away to enjoy slow dances and stolen kisses with her secret boyfriend, JT.
At a young age, she defies foot-binding and an arranged marriage and sneaks away from home to attend school.
Meanwhile, with Phil in hospital, Louise sneaks away and gets up to some serious no good.
However, she has no choice, and her friend Jinsy sneaks away with her, stealing the sacred stone in the process.
Unhappy about living with his aunt and uncle, he sneaks away to the small house that he had shared with his mother.
But then we have a fight because he sneaks away and looks at it when we are back home.
She sneaks away, and is followed by her brother and then her parents.
When Mowgli sneaks away to the jungle, the chase is on to see who will find him first - his old pals, his new family, or the man- eating tiger.
Narrator F: Boone sneaks away and arrives home to find Boones-borough unprepared for an attack.
THE stunning wife of Newcastle United boss Doug Hall sneaks away from her millionaire lifestyle to work in a chippy, the Sunday People can reveal.