There are days where I might come away with just one or two sentences, but if they are the right sentences, then I am happy.
They come away from these lessons believing that the purpose of education is to pass tests, no more, no less.
And is that what you want readers of your book to come away with?
And so a casual viewer might come away with the impression that he believes his first stimulus bill failed too.
All we can do is ask the question and every audience member will come away with a different answer.
“Let us come away now that you have sung your song,” said Ulenspiegel.
He ran about, snuffing and moaning, and it was only with some trouble we got him to come away with us.'
"come away from here," she said to Hoopdriver, as he rose to meet her.
You did not stay long, and your party was glad to come away?
We dip our pitchers in these fountains to come away overspilling with satisfaction.