What is depart?

  • (verb): Move away from a place into another direction.
    Synonyms: go, go away
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on depart, departs:

Matthew 7:23
... reads And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you depart from me, ye that work iniquity ... Depart from me, you who work iniquity.’ For a collection of other versions see BibRef Matthew 723 The final part of the verse is a reference to Psalm ... "Depart from me" is a phrase of renunciation to be used against those who have been expelled from the community ...
Santa Rosa City Bus - Schedules, Operating Hours, and Holidays - Schedules and Operating Hours
... Weekdays (all routes except 18) depart every 30 minutes, between 600am–745pm Route 18 departs every hour at 50 minutes past the hour Saturdays ... Sundays departures between 1000am–445pm Route 15 only - no service Route 7 ... - depart every 2 hours All others - depart every hour Route 18 has no service ...
Legs-forward (hieroglyph) - The Word 'depart'
... "to depart" "go away" in hieroglyphs The going in-and-coming out ideas are complex and interchangeable, as can be shown by the word "depart" it uses the Walking Legs-returning hieroglyph ...
Keikyū Kamata Station - Station Layout
... Up trains (to Shinagawa) depart from the second level, down trains (to Yokohama) and Misakiguchi depart from the third level, and trains to Haneda ...
Speak, My Heart! - Lyrics
... day, Now it is No ! ” One word of welcome Ere you depart ! I will be patient still Silence, my heart ! Sweet Maiden, shy Maiden, Passing far away, May I wander with you ? Maiden ... will ! ” Hear me and heed me, Ere you depart Yes, her lips are smiling -- Speak, my heart ! ...

More definitions of "depart":

  • (verb): Remove oneself from an association with or participation in.
    Synonyms: leave, pull up stakes

Famous quotes containing the word depart:

    Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.
    Bible: Hebrew Proverbs 22:6.

    If you are willing to inconvenience yourself in the name of discipline, the battle is half over. Leave Grandma’s early if the children are acting impossible. Depart the ballpark in the sixth inning if you’ve warned the kids and their behavior is still poor. If we do something like this once, our kids will remember it for a long time.
    Fred G. Gosman (20th century)

    Only by being guilty of Folly does mortal man in many cases arrive at the perception of Sense. A thought which should forever free us from hasty imprecations upon our ever-recurring intervals of Folly; since though Folly be our teacher, Sense is the lesson she teaches; since, if Folly wholly depart from us, Further Sense will be her companion in the flight, and we will be left standing midway in wisdom.
    Herman Melville (1819–1891)