Depart



verb (used without object)
1.
to go away; leave:
She departed from Paris today. The train departs at 10:52.
2.
to diverge or deviate (usually followed by from):
The new method departs from the old in several respects.
3.
to pass away, as from life or existence; die.
verb (used with object)
4.
to go away from; leave:
to depart this life.
noun
5.
Archaic. departure; death.
verb (mainly intransitive)
1.
to go away; leave
2.
to start out; set forth
3.
(usually foll by from) to deviate; differ; vary: to depart from normal procedure
4.
(transitive) to quit (archaic, except in the phrase depart this life)

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