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Ways of telling someone to go away - thesaurus

Synonyms

get out

used for telling someone to leave

clear out

informal used for telling someone rudely to leave a room or building

shoo

interjection

used for telling an animal or a person to go away

buzz off

used for telling someone in a rude way to go away

clear off

used for telling someone rudely to go away

push off

Britishinformal used for telling someone rudely and angrily to go away

on your bike!

informal used for telling someone who is annoying you to go away

hop it

used for telling someone to go away, especially when they are somewhere they should not be

beat it

used for telling someone to go away, especially when you are angry with them

never darken my door again

used for telling someone never to come back to your house again

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More synonyms

away with you

used for telling someone to go away or to stop worrying about you

begone

interjection

used in the past to tell someone to go away

bog off

impolite used for telling someone rudely to go away

bugger off

Britishimpolite used for telling someone rudely to go away

bug off

used for telling someone rudely to go away

butt out

used for telling someone rudely to go away or not get involved in something

eff off

used as a less offensive way of sayingfuck off’, which is a very offensive way of telling someone to go away or saying that you do not agree with them

fuck off

offensive an extremely offensive expression used for telling someone to go away when you are angry with them

get back

spoken used for telling someone to move away because they are in danger

get knotted

used for telling someone rudely to go away or for telling them that they are annoying you

get lost

used for telling someone rudely to go away

get out of here

used for telling someone to leave

go to hell

used for telling someone angrily to go away or stop annoying you

kick rocks

Americaninformal used to tell someone rudely to go away

naff off

used for telling someone rudely to go away

piss off

impoliteoffensive used for telling someone to go away or that you are annoyed with them

run along

used for telling children to go away

scat

interjection

informal used for telling someone to go away

shove off

spoken used for telling someone to go away or leave you alone because you are angry or annoyed with them

sling your hook

used for telling someone rudely to go away

sod off

Britishimpolite used for telling someone rudely to go away

take a hike

used for rudely telling someone to go away

take a (running) jump

used for telling someone rudely to go away

take a running jump

used for telling someone rudely to go away

take a walk

an insulting way to tell someone to leave a place or situation

voetsak

interjection

South Africanimpolite a rude way of telling someone to go away

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gaslight

to manipulate someone psychologically so that they begin to question their own perceptions and memories

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Dunning-Kruger effect

the phenomenon by which an incompetent person is too incompetent to understand his own incompetence

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