make away (v.)
put an end to, do away with
2H6 III.i.167[Gloucester to his enemies] all of you have laid your heads together ... to make away my guiltless life
Sonn.11.8[] threescore year would make the world away
Tim I.ii.103[Timon to Lords] joy's e'en made away ere't can be born [i.e. joy dies away even as it comes into being]
Tit II.iii.189[Tamora alone] Ne'er let my heart know merry cheer indeed / Till all the Andronici be made away
Tit II.iii.208[Aaron to himself, of Quintus and Martius] How these were they that made away his brother
Tit IV.ii.166[Aaron to Demetrius and Chiron] The midwife and the Nurse well made away, / Then let the ladies tattle what they please
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