From a spot ergo
- freely or at will
- in order to be removed or gotten reduce
- at a distance in area or time
- in or into a suitable location (especially for storage space or safekeeping)
- in a unique course
- suggesting continuing activity; constantly or steadily
- off existence
- straightened out (especially far from a person's thoughts)
- in reserve; perhaps not for instant usage
- from a single's possession
- from a certain thing or location or place (`forth' is outdated)
- perhaps not current; having remaining
- used of an opponent's ground
- (of a baseball pitch) regarding the far side of home plate from batter
- From a spot; thus.
- Absent; gone; well away; as, the master is away from house.
- Apart; down; in another way.
- From a state or problem of being; out-of existence.
- By ellipsis for the verb, equal to an imperative: Go or come away; begone; take away.
- On; in continuance; without intermission or wait; as, sing away.
belated Old English aweg, previously weg "on using this (that) location;" see a- (1) + way (letter.). Colloquial use for "without wait" (fire away, additionally immediately) is from earlier in the day feeling of "onward in time" (16c.). Intensive usage (as in away right back) is American English, first attested 1818.
(adv.) From a location; ergo.
- (adv.) Absent; gone; far away; as, the master is out of the house.
- (adv.) Apart; down; in another direction.
- (adv.) From a situation or problem to be; out of presence.
- (adv.) By ellipsis regarding the verb, comparable to an imperative: get or come away; begone; take away.
- (adv.) On; in continuance; without intermission or wait; because, sing away.
She wanted him safe and hoped he was angry enough to stay away or at least, he brought an army of people to kill the dozens of Others around her.