Examples of departure in a Sentence
What is your time of departure?
You should plan to arrive at the airport an hour before departure.
a schedule of arrivals and departures
The departures of several key employees have caused problems for the company.
her sudden departure from the company
The team has struggled since the departure of its head coach.
His previous movies have all been comedies, so this dramatic role is a real departure for him.
Recent Examples of departure from the Web
The departure of Krebs, the Mountain West’s longest tenured athletic director at 11 years, has repercussions past the state line.
His departure was first reported by the New York Post, which said the ouster was in part the result of tension between Pelley and CBS News president David Rhodes.
Conway insisted that Dubke’s departure was not part of a broader overhaul in the West Wing.
The White House announced the departure of communications director Mike Dubke amid intense speculation that other moves are afoot.
Francis, an Argentine whose parents left Italy in the early 20th century, also referred to his personal feelings aroused by visiting the port city, the departure point in the past for Italians seeking new lives in North and South America.
Kushner returned to Washington this week part way through Trump’s first foreign trip, although White House officials insisted his early departure had been planned.
Elizabeth Hill, a spokeswoman for the Education Department, declined to comment on his departure or on talks with Treasury.
In an interview, Vivendi SA Chief Executive Arnaud de Puyfontaine said the French media conglomerate could float a minority stake in the music company, a departure from its...
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First Known Use of departure
DEPARTURE Defined for Kids
Definition of departure for Students
1 : an act of leaving or setting out We waved upon the ship's departure.
2 : an act of turning away or aside (as from a way of doing things) a departure from tradition
Legal Definition of departure
: a failure to follow : a deviation from a course or standard an upward departure from the sentencing guidelines
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