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Browsing page 15 of words meaning to go, leave, move, start, stop, halt (190 words total)

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pull a Nancy Drew

verb

  • to fake something to escape a situation. Origin: from the fictional character Nancy Drew, who uses the same technique: feigning unconsciousness until her captor looses his grip, then running away. Notes: usually refers to faking an orgasm to get someone to stop having sex with you. Often simplified to "pull a Nancy."
    By that time I was so tired that I had to pull a Nancy and get it all over with.

    Last edited on Feb 19 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 01 2001.

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pull chocks

verb

  • to leave. Etymology: chocks are wedges used to prevent anything with wheels (e.g. airplanes, tractors, etc.) from moving. "Pulling the chocks" allows the vehicle to proceed.
    Let's pull chocks, this place struggles.

    Last edited on May 07 2013. Submitted by Troy Vannieuwenhoven from WI, USA on Dec 18 1997.

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quick outie

noun

  • a person who leaves quickly when something bad is about to happen.
    The new boy was a quick outie.

    Last edited on Nov 23 2002. Submitted by Danielle Norman from Moorestown, NJ, USA on Nov 23 2002.

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raise

  • to leave.
    I am going to raise in a couple of minutes.

    Last edited on Jun 07 2013. Submitted by Cameron M. from Brockton, MA, USA on Apr 12 2002.

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raise up

verb

  • to leave. Sometimes used as "raise on up outta here." Also raise on up.
    This party sucks, let's raise on up.

    Last edited on Aug 29 2013. Submitted by Matt from Virginia, USA on May 27 1998.

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ramble

  • To leave, to bust out, to bounce.
    Yo dog I'm ramblin', peace out!

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Nate from Wilmington, NC, USA on Mar 02 2000.

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ride out

verb

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