Definition of 'make off'
Example sentences containing 'make off'
There was two of them to ever one of us, and some of'em grab Elrick-Ann an " make off down that alley while the rest keep us busy.A PLAGUE OF ANGELS
I take Johnny's hand again, and start to make off away from Arnie, towards the path that backs on to Court Ridge.A MEANS TO EVIL
Which meant - which meant that somebody, the Young Chief or somebody, had paid the Greens to make off with Elrick-Ann.A PLAGUE OF ANGELS
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Definition of make off from the Collins English Dictionary
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