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Sentence count:11Posted:2017-02-14Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: quenchlessFrenchleaveleave outleave offleave forleave aloneleave behindMeaning: n. an abrupt and unannounced departure (without saying farewell). 
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1 I think I might take French leave this afternoon and go to the cinema.
2 They believe that the only hope for the French left is to start afresh.
3 Many of the puppet soldiers took French leave.
4 The young soldier was punished for taking French leave to visit his girlfriend.
5 I always take French leave during an online conversation, so don't expect too much from me.
6 A: Did she take French leave at the party last Saturday?
7 He took French leave when the party was in full swing.
8 He French leave and slipped out through door when nobody was watching.
9 Mary a French leave and left me a Dear John letter.
10 Tell your son take French leave during the school term.
11 Today,[] I decide I'll find the real feelings that they take French leave ever.
More similar words: quenchlessFrenchleaveleave outleave offleave forleave aloneleave behinddrenchwrenchentrenchtrenchantentrenchedmuch lessspeechlessweaveheaveheavenheavensbereavedfrenzyfrenziedfreneticeavesdroppingquenchbenchstenchfrequencyquenchedpenchant
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