jet off

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To depart hurriedly.
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“Clown Without Pity,” as the segment is called, opens with Homer forgetting Bart’s birthday and jetting off at the last minute (or rather considerably after the last minute) to pick him up a present.

Submitted on July 07, 2010

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jet offTo go by airplane to a destination.
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