Definition of Go away
1. Verb. Move away from a place into another direction. "The train departs at noon"
Specialized synonyms: Blow, Shove Along, Shove Off
Generic synonyms: Exit, Get Out, Go Out, Leave
Derivative terms: Departer, Departure, Departure, Goer, Going
2. Verb. Go away from a place. "John will go away angry"; "The ship leaves at midnight"
Specialized synonyms: Go Out, Desert, Depart, Quit, Take Leave, Pop Off, Walk Away, Walk Off, Hightail, Walk Out, Come Away, Decamp, Skip, Vamoose, Bugger Off, Buzz Off, Fuck Off, Get, Scram, Beetle Off, Bolt, Bolt Out, Run Off, Run Out, Ride Away, Ride Off, Go Out, Linger, Tarry, Depart, Part, Set Forth, Set Off, Set Out, Start, Start Out, Take Off, Get Out, Pull Out, Rush Away, Rush Off, Break Away, Bunk, Escape, Fly The Coop, Head For The Hills, Hightail It, Lam, Run, Run Away, Scarper, Scat, Take To The Woods, Turn Tail, Slip Away, Sneak Away, Sneak Off, Sneak Out, Steal Away, Abandon, Empty, Vacate
Related verbs: Exit, Get Out, Go Out, Leave, Depart, Leave, Pull Up Stakes
Derivative terms: Leave, Leaver
3. Verb. Become invisible or unnoticeable. "The moon will soon go away "; "The effect vanished when day broke"
Specialized synonyms: Dematerialise, Dematerialize, Clear, Bob Under
Generic synonyms: Cease, End, Finish, Stop, Terminate
Derivative terms: Disappearance, Disappearance, Vanisher, Vanishing
4. Verb. Get lost, as without warning or explanation. "These cars won't go away "; "He disappeared without a trace"
Specialized synonyms: Fall Away, Fall Off, Fall, Die, Go, Absent, Remove, Blow Over, Evanesce, Fade, Fleet, Pass, Pass Off, Fade, Wither, Skip Town, Take A Powder, Die Off, Die Out, Desorb
Derivative terms: Disappearance, Disappearing, Vanisher, Vanishing
Definition of Go away
1. Interjection. (dismissal) Command asking someone to leave them alone. ¹
2. Verb. To depart or leave a place. ¹
3. Verb. To travel somewhere, especially on holiday or vacation. ¹
4. Verb. To become invisible, vanish or disappear. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Lexicographical Neighbors of Go Away
Literary usage of Go away
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Middlemarch: A Study of Provincial Life by George Eliot (1873)
"I meant to go away into silence, but I have not been able to do what I meant." his hat, said, with a sort of exasperation, " Good- "Don't be sorry," said ..."
2. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man by James Joyce (1916)
"He thought that they must be swallows who had come back from the south. Then he was to go away ? for they were birds ever going and coming, building ever an ..."
3. The Red Badge of Courage and Four Stories by Stephen Crane (1997)
"I will go away, because”— he accused them dramatically with his ... I will go away. 1 do not wish to be killed.” The Swede moved toward the door which ..."