stretch away to

stretch away to

some place to extend as far as some place. The forest stretched away to the horizon. The river stretched away to the sea.
See also: away, stretch
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The gardens have been landscaped with an ornamental pond with bridge and lawns, with planted beds that stretch away to the backdrop of mature trees.
And they built on this after the turn to stretch away to 27-15.
Crusaders were desperate for inspiration as the visitors began to take control and by the end of the third period had moved in front 53-51, and then a flurry of points early in the last session saw Kingston stretch away to 70-57.
Lehman pushed him all the way for most of the day, but an eagle on the closing hole, his fourth of the week, saw Faxon stretch away to secure a four-shot win.
Things come to a head during a party for friends Buck and Dodie Doucette and their daughter, Sherry, just returning home from her first stretch away to study at USC.