Depart [verb]

Definition of Depart:

leave, retreat

Opposite/Antonyms of Depart:

Sentence/Example of Depart:

The memory of him shall not depart away, and his name shall be in request from generation to generation.

I shall soon depart, and practise no more; and my time will become my own—still my own, by no means yours.

But the essential problem of to-day is to know how far we are to depart from its principles.

Monsieur de Garnache comes alone, and if I so will it alone he shall depart or not at all.

At the same instant the landed proprietor rose from his chair, and was about to depart likewise.

Dorothy said this with a faint hope that her visitors might depart without taxing Mrs. Chester to provide them a meal.

He turned against those of his followers who were left, and they were obliged to depart in haste.

Who will give me in the wilderness a lodging place of wayfaring men, and I will leave my people, and depart from them?

And the Marquise, who now held the package she had received from the courier, bade the page depart also.

But Madame Torvestad made no response; she gathered up the folds of her cloak and prepared to depart.