To bear away

Definition of To bear away

(Naut.) to change the course of a ship, and make her run before the wind.

See also: Bear

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To be taken aback
To be taken in the manner
To be tied to a wife's apron strings
To be turned of
To be under a cloud
To be under hatches
To be under the mahogany
To be under way
To be up in
To be up to
To be upon one's good behavior
To be upon the bones of
To be upsides with
To be well off
To be with child
To be without rebuke
To be wrapped up in
To bear a hand
To bear a loss
To bear against
-To bear away-
To bear away the bell
To bear back
To bear date
To bear down
To bear down upon
To bear in hand
To bear in mind
To bear in with
To bear off
To bear one hard
To bear out
To bear the bell
To bear up
To bear up to
To bear upon
To bear with
To beat a parley
To beat about
To beat about the bush
To beat down
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