How to use Come-away in a sentence

come-away
  • The high-flying Swans turned in a solid display to come away with the points, and Jackett was pleased to avoid a slip-up.

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  • Despite its comic book stylings, anybody expecting an easy ride from the game will come away with a smacked bottom.

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  • Ireland were unfortunate not to come away with a victory, which they deserved.

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  • My new wading boots are also gubbed, the sole is starting to come away at the sole.

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  • For organic fabrics, like wool and cotton, brushing will often eliminate pills quickly because the fabric fibers are naturally short and come away without resistance.

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  • By constantly shooting and trying many different poses when photographing people, you're likely to come away from the session with an improved portfolio.

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  • Then, hopefully, you'll come away with a new free guitar pick the next time you visit your favorite guitar shop!

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  • If you're lucky, the tiles will come away without much effort.

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  • You come away with a greater appreciation for the craftsmanship and symbolism of your purchase.

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  • That's not to say that you won't find one or several treasures, but if you go in knowing that chances are good you'll come away empty-handed, you'll feel less frustrated should that happen.

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  • And since they carry bras from size 38A to 58J, there is no way you are going to come away empty-handed.

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  • The clearer you both are from the outset, the more likely it is you'll have a successful course and come away a much better swimmer.

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  • In an hour on SpeedDate you are likely to actually meet over a dozen people, and come away with some matches you like and who you know like you back.

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  • Obviously, if there is a particular bag you want, this is a risky venture, but if you are open-minded about what you'll come away with, you should definitely hit these sales.

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  • Collecting the online cards is a little addictive, but your kids will come away with a wealth of knowledge.

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  • Examine them for yourself and come away with your own conclusion!

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  • You can't look at my tattoos and not come away with some basic knowledge of who I am.

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  • And chances are, you will come away with some of the best lingerie you've ever owned.

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  • Many women who have visited Japan have come away with a suitcase filled with lingerie.

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  • Half-drunk by the time Rhyn explained things to her the day before, she'd come away from that conversation more baffled than she'd been when she fell out of the sky onto the beach.

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  • From the mass thrown out by the blast, or loosened so as readily to come away by the use of crowbars, the men select and sort all good blocks and send them in waggons to the slate huts to be split and dressed into slates.

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  • The shutters must be planed, and coated with a mixture of soap and oil, so as to come away easily after the concrete is set.

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  • But the away side was far too profligate in front of goal, allowing the Blues to come away with victory.

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  • The fluid that had come away earlier was in fact a ' show ' albeit a very runny one!

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  • Also, the edges against the panels have got a mastic sealant which has started to come away.

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  • To check the cake is cooked, insert a metal skewer into the center, it should come away clean.

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  • Shes also stoped cleaning herself, and never seems to come away from her bed.

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  • The fluid that had come away earlier was in fact a ' show ' albeit a very runny one !

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  • The key is to break the suction and then use gravity to get the lens to come away from the eye completely.

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  • Whether or not you believe the readings, you'll come away with some interesting perspectives on your astrological profile, as well as your current personality.

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