Definition of Rush away
1. Verb. Depart in a hurry.
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Literary usage of Rush away
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Practical Dictionary of the English and German Languages by Felix Flügel, Johann Gottfried Flügel (1861)
"fein) a) to rush or shoot along; 6) to rush away, depart in great haste; 2. ... along; b) to storm, rush away or out, to bluster away or off, to depart with ..."
2. A Practical Dictionary of the English and German Languages by Felix Flügel, Johann Gottfried Flügel (1861)
"(aux. fein) a) to rush or shoot along ; 6) to rush away, depart in great haste; 2. ... along; b) to storm, rush away or out, to bluster away or off, ..."
3. The Satapatha-brâhmana: According to the Text of the Mâdhyandina School by Julius Eggeling (1900)
"He then said sorrowing (X, 95, 14), 'Then will thy friend J rush away - this day never to come back, to go to the farthest distance : then will he lie in ..."
4. A Summer Vacation by Lucia Ellen Barney Downing (1907)
"tery or tiling is made, and rush away to Belgium, a flat and rather uninteresting country, not wholly unlike Holland, but not so green and picturesque, ..."
5. Myths of the Hindus & Buddhists by Nivedita, Ananda Kentish Coomaraswamy (1914)
"... thy friend and fellow rush away this day, upon the farthest journey bent, never returning; death will he seek, and the fierce wolves shall have him. ..."
6. A Shepherd's Life: Impressions of the South Wiltshire Downs by William Henry Hudson (1910)
"Tis hunger," repeated Caleb, and then very slowly and cautiously he approached, the dog all the time eyeing him suspiciously, ready to rush away on the ..."