There is one thing to be said of it,' Louisa repeated in her former curious tone; 'it will be getting away
The clerk who generally went happened to be ill, and a press of work prevented any of the others from getting away
Her mother ran to her, eager to seize the poorest excuse for getting away
I wanted to be getting away
before the old man got back, but of course I didn't let on.
We are always getting away
from the present movement.
from that house may be hard, but it is nothing to the misery that we all went through getting you into it.
There's no getting away
from them rings he wears," Daughtry overheard Simon Nishikanta that evening telling Grimshaw in the dark on the weather poop.
I am getting away
, though, I fear, from my "furnished apartments," and I hardly know how to get back.
All his talk about getting away
from here is just because he has some scheme in his head to get rid of us.
When he saw Pike, one of the new dogs, a clever malingerer and thief, slyly steal a slice of bacon when Perrault's back was turned, he duplicated the performance the following day, getting away
with the whole chunk.
Ten minutes would have been all that was necessary, perhaps all that was proper; and I had told my father I should certainly be at home before himbut there was no getting away
, no pause; and, to my utter astonishment, I found, when he (finding me nowhere else) joined me there at last, that I had been actually sitting with them very nearly threequarters of an hour.
Thorpe only laughed, smacked his whip, encouraged his horse, made odd noises, and drove on; and Catherine, angry and vexed as she was, having no power of getting away
, was obliged to give up the point and submit.