Examples of depart in a Sentence
The group is scheduled to depart tomorrow at 8:00 a.m.
Our flight departs at 6:15 a.m.
The train departed the station on time.
He is departing after 20 years with the company.
Recent Examples of depart from the Web
The sale ends on Thursday (June 7) at 11:59 p.m. local time in the city of the departing flight.
Trading departing stars for prospects is only one facet of that.
The departing crew members are making way for a new trio of astronauts, who will be launching to the ISS on June 6th.
Police told Iseler that Richard's name was not listed on any departing flights.
She's expected to work with the couple as a replacement for Prince Harry's departing private secretary, Edward Lane Fox, until next spring, The Times reports.
Among these departing bosses, Lowe's CEO Robert Niblock made the most: $11.2 million, down 12 percent from 2016.
Vignote's flight from Madrid cost 100 euros ($118) -- the cheapest flight departing Madrid on May 25 and returning on May 27 was £466 ($627) on SkyScanner on Tuesday.
Four teams will depart next year for the new DuKane Conference.
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bail, bail out, begone, bug off, bug out, buzz (off), clear out, cut out, dig out, exit, get, get off, go, go off, move, pack (up or off), part, peel off, pike (out or off), pull out, push off, push on, quit, run along, sally (forth), shove (off), step (along), take off, vamoose, walk out;
beat it, hit the road, pull stakes (or pull up stakes), take a hike (also take a walk), take a powder;
Synonym Discussion of depart
- swerved to avoid hitting the dog
- at that point the path veers to the right
- never deviated from her daily routine
- occasionally departs from his own guidelines
- a professor prone to digress
- after school their paths diverged
DEPART Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of depart for English Language Learners
: to leave a place especially to start a journey ( US )
: to leave a job or position
: to change something or do something in a different way
DEPART Defined for Kids
legal Definition of depart
- rather than sentencing petitioners to a term within the Guideline range, however, the District Court departed downward eight levels
- —Koon v. United States, 518 U.S. 81 (1996)
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