sneak off

sneak off
verb
leave furtively and stealthily (Freq. 2)
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The lecture was boring and many students slipped out when the instructor turned towards the blackboard

Syn: ↑slip away, ↑steal away, ↑sneak away, ↑sneak out
Hypernyms: ↑leave, ↑go forth, ↑go away
Verb Frames:
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