(intr, adverb) to go or run away in haste
make off with to steal or abduct
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How to use make off in a sentence
Hollyhocks from seed do not blossom until the second year, but they make off-shoots, which bring flowers every season thereafter.Gardening for Little Girls | Olive Hyde Foster
Other Idioms and Phrases with make off
Depart in haste, run away, as in The cat took one look at Richard and made off. [c. 1700]
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