shove off

VERB
  1. leave; informal or rude
    shove off!
    The children shoved along
    Blow now!
    let's blow this place
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How To Use shove off In A Sentence

  • Since everybody is safely aboard, we can shove off.
  • Assert yourself and tell him to shove off, or just ignore him and put the phone down.
  • No, I won't give you any money for a cup of tea. Shove off!
  • shove off!
  • Jake plans to shove off to Spain with Bill at the end of June.
  • Assert yourself and tell him to shove off, or just ignore him and put the phone down.
  • Then a numpty, walkie-talkie jobsworth in a parka sidles up and tells me to shove off.
  • Shove off! I'm busy.
  • Sister dearest, Jaun delivered himself with express cordia-lity, marked by clearance of diction and general delivery, as he began to take leave of his scolastica at once so as to gain time with deep affection, we honestly believe you sorely will miss us the moment we exit yet we feel as a martyr to the dischurch of all duty that it is about time, by Great Harry, we would shove off to stray on our long last journey and not be the load on ye. Finnegans Wake
  • He looked at me as if I had gone insane, having expected me to tell him to shove off, most likely.
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