run away

  1. escape from the control of
    Industry is running away with us all
  2. flee; take to one's heels; cut and run
    If you see this man, run!
    The burglars escaped before the police showed up
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How To Use run away In A Sentence

  • Her suicide bid was an attempt to run away from reality.
  • He reloaded his shotgun to fire the second shot, which hit Ward in the back as he tried to run away.
  • Her suicide bid was an attempt to run away from reality.
  • They'll see the yucky black emptiness inside, and they'll be repulsed and run away.
  • RUDIN: No, and that's one that the Democrats should have run away with, and that's the one with Richard Blumenthal, the state attorney general, against Linda McMahon, the former wrestling executive, who seems to have a hammerlock on him going into November 2nd. Political Attack Ads Work, But Are They True?
  • Anyway after holding him up with a knife Ivan has put Dave through a window so it really is time to run away.
  • The chopping board is sloped and has grooves to grip the food and to encourage liquid to run away from the cutting area.
  • They escaped after the woman pretended she would run away with him. The Sun
  • Don't run away with the idea that this job is going to be easy.
  • From elegant trapeze artists to humorous anecdotal scenes of circus life on a shoestring budget, you can see why Camille is tempted to join Petra and run away with the circus.
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