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1. Hey, leave off! I hate people touching my hair.
2. It's time to leave off work.
3. 'Will you leave off nagging?' he snarled.
4. I wish you'd leave off whistling like that.
5. It's hard for a chain-smoker to leave off smoking.
6. Do not leave off your overcoat; it is cold.
7. Let's leave off here for lunch.
8. They leave off quarreling to sleep.
9. The weather is getting warmer and you can leave off your heavy coat.
10. I've decided to leave off eating meat for a while.
11. Ask for brown-bread toast and leave off the butter!
12. I would abjure my art then and there, leave off cursing,[Sentence dictionary] leave off binding fast and loose with spells.
13. I leave off only when Evan is hooked into the unfolding plot of the story.
14. He always had to leave off before he came, feeling sure his head would burst otherwise.
15. It is time to leave off, his daughter tells him, it s time to burst forth like a butterfly.
16. I think I'll leave off my coat.
17. Where did we leave off?
18. Hamlet had gone too far to leave off here.
19. Leave off your bad habits.
20. I shall leave off while I am well.
21. Far tougher was having to leave off Rose and Casey(Sentencedict.com), who has won the World Match Play Championship in England and twice was runner-up in the Match Play Championship in Arizona.
22. Leave off from typing for now because the filing is more important.
23. And their children may carry on where they leave off.
24. She take up the narrative where john have leave off.
25. He was manifestly too important to leave off the guest list.
26. We leave off our winter underwear when the warm weather comes.
27. I have no doubt that it is part of the destiny of the human race in its gradual improvement to leave off eating animals. Henry David Thoreau
28. At last, as if at a secret signal, people leave off their fur hats.
29. Some are directly competing, yes, but many take up where others leave off in workflow's onion-like layers and blend together at the layer edges.
30. The lad is strong - willed ; once he starts doing something, he won't leave off until he's finished it.
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