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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A toddler's journey through an Atlanta airport was caught on camera after he snuck away from his mother.
26) managed to track down three of the tourists who snuck away from their hotels and arrested them in Chiayi County, Changhua County, and Hsinchu County yesterday.
Suspense built as the roper snuck away from his new colleagues to update Tyrell--until the moment when criminals and cops collided ...
Later, however, Brown snuck away from the police and reboarded the vessel.