rush off

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Synonyms for rush off

depart in a hurry


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LAMBAY Island, near Rush off the east coast, is to throw open its doors to become an exclusive holiday resort.
Now, sausages can get boring, which makes me want to rush off to my allotment to plant a bacon bush.
Get there and the lights fuse in the loos, so I rush off to buy sticky battery ones.
GARY INNES will line up for Fort William in their shinty clash with Inveraray today then rush off to join Runrig on stage.
Jo, not much of a football fan herself, says over the years she has got a lot of stick for letting David rush off.
There's just something fun about both, and you get a rush off 'em too.
Likewise, don't rush off to a cramped automobile without adequate post-race stretching and jogging.
and then had to rush off to work at his job with a restaurant supply company.
Oh dear stitter, stutter The Prime Minister's heart is all a-flutter Off to Hampstead he did go All in a rush off in a moThey prodded his heart then looked at his veins ``You'll be home tomorrow, Guv, to take hold of the reins''.
The call guides you through a script that makes it sound, to the party across the table, like you have to rush off.
I had to rush off the stage - the band just thought I'd gone mental,' he told NME.