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Synonyms for walk away

go away from


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A lorry driver involved in this crash at Teesport yesterday was able to walk away despite the cab being ripped away and crashing to the ground, above left
Almost half or 47% said they would walk away from mortgages, while 53% said they would not walk away.
And on February 5, all eyes will be set on that one super lucky winner who will walk away with the Grand Raffle Draw of Dh1 million.
The 63-year-old heard the Anfield crowd turn on him after Wednesday's defeat to Wolves, but, despite speculation increasing about his future, he stressed he would never walk away.
But boy, do I think it would be a mistake to walk away.
But, it seems to be running fine, you decide, as you walk away.
These days, many homeowners are contending with more mortgage than the home is worth, joblessness, and other financial challenges and deciding to simply walk away from a dream home turned nightmare.
The easy option is to walk away, the hard option is to stick it out and that is what I have always done.
I CAN NOT believe that Sefton Council allow Maghull Developments to walk away from the project of regenerating
RECOGNIZING WHEN CLIENTS are ready to walk away from the bargaining table--in contrast to when they are open to negotiation--can be essential to leasing success.
Justice Minister Maria Eagle said: "Drivers who kill through carelessness will no longer be able to walk away with just a fine.
Summary: One Thousand lucky winners will walk away with tickets to watch Egyptian superstar and Coca-Cola brand ambassador Tamer Hosni, live in, announced the Coca-Cola Bottling Company in Jordan
Rather than pay the tax, developers will walk away from the development if it is no longer viable.
Most people who see something like this close their eyes and walk away, never thinking that they could be the next victim of this guy," Zine said.