stand away from the doors, an electronic voice repeated over and over.
She indulged her preference for substantial fabrics that can be molded into asexual silhouettes that stand away from the body.
His patent-leather mini-skirts, which stand away from the body, are like perfectly molded little bells.
The latter, however, was at length seen to make sail, and to stand away to the west.
Now then, stand away there, please—we can't have you round the body.
And he signed to those about Count Hannibal to stand away from him.
“Be so good as to stand away from that door at once, sir,” Brendon ordered.
stand away at a distance, and see if they tell out satisfactorily, before you go on to put in a single touch of detail.
She very probably, when the breeze comes, will stand away from us.
Don't you hate partners who stand away off, and barely touch your finger-tips as they dance with you?