What is another word for shove off?

236 synonyms found


[ ʃˈʌv ˈɒf], [ ʃˈʌv ˈɒf], [ ʃ_ˈʌ_v ˈɒ_f]

"Shove off" is a phrase often used to tell someone to leave, go away or depart. There are many synonyms to this phrase, some of which may be more appropriate in certain contexts. For example, "get lost" is a more forceful and direct way of telling someone to leave. "Beat it" and "buzz off" are colloquialisms that carry the same meaning. "Quit" or "depart" are more formal and polite options. "Skedaddle" and "scram" have more playful connotations. Ultimately, the choice of synonym will depend on the situation and the relationship one has with the person being asked to leave.

Synonyms for Shove off:

How to use "Shove off" in context?

Well, the time has finally come for me to say goodbye to this place. I have really grown to hate it here; it's been nothing but a headache and a nightmare. I never should have come back, but I was desperate and had no other options. I should have known better. Honestly, if it weren't for my stupid naivety, I never would have wound up in this mess in the first place. I can't believe that I was so stupid as to think that this would turn out differently than my last attempt. Clearly I was wrong.

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