Definition of Out and away
1. Adverb. By a considerable margin. "It was far and away the best meal he had ever eaten"
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Literary usage of Out and away
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Critical Lexicon and Concordance to the English and Greek New Testament by Ethelbert William Bullinger (1908)
"... to go out and away, to leave a country, emigrate, (поп осе.) L-ake xxi ÍL DEPART OUT OF. 1, ste " DEPART," No. 3. ..."
2. Scribners Monthly (1878)
"The winter sun shone far and near over snow- white monotonous landscape and upon the company of men marching out and away to an unknown fate. ..."
3. Representative One-act Plays by British and Irish Authors by Clark, Barrett Harper, 1890- (1921)
"out and away to the world he went, By road and river and sea. Oh, man of the road, is your heart content? Will 'e never come back to me? ..."
4. Journal of Horticulture, Cottage Gardener and Country Gentlemen (1877)
"... a man at the head of each (to prevent snatching, broken chains, Ac.), and the tree firmly bound to the slides was then drawn out and away to its present ..."
5. The Best Short Stories of ... and the Yearbook of the American Short Story edited by Edward Joseph Harrington O'Brien (1918)
"A dozen took it up and it ran out and away along the rumbling dock. " Doctor! " another bawled. " He's drank poison! Where's the doctor at ? ..."