Kravitz said he was heading off to the war and that he was having a going away party that night.
They are not going away and the people of Gaza are not going away.
Though she prefers the phrase “going away” to the word “jail,” which sent her into hysterics in a recent episode.
But one thing that seems certain is that these charges are not going away soon.
Court adjourned just before 3pm, with Nel signing off with a warning to Pistorius that he “was not going away.”
He's going away to bury his heart while he's studying the thingamajigs.
I am going away from the office, and perhaps from England, but I cannot tell you where I am going.
The obedience which he had shown in going away must be a proof to her of his submission to her wishes.
At his going away—How can I leave you here by yourself, my dear?
South-west should carry them to Gibraltar, and there are they going away north-east.
verbal noun from go (v.), c.1300. Going to "be about to" is from late 15c. To go while the going is good is from 1916. Goings-on attested from 1775; going over is 1872 as "scolding," 1919 as "inspection."