Synonyms for Depart:

n.

draw out, come away, move on. turn aside, breathe your last (breath), drown, suffocate, starve, lay down your life, lose your life. demise, kick off, drop, check out, kick in. veer, correct, err, swerve. depart (noun)
quit, vary, leave, pull up stakes, deviate, set out, take leave, take off, straggle, start, stray, set forth, sidetrack, diverge, go, go away, digress, part, start out.

v.

deflect (verb)
diverge, drift, shift, deviate, refract, wander, deflect, diffract, digress, vary.
depart (verb)
flee, go, part, decamp, leave, withdraw, abandon, embark, exit, quit.
die (verb)
expire, succumb, end, fall, cease, decease, die, pass away, perish, pass on, pass.
disappear (verb)
fade, fly, melt, dissolve, hide, vanish, disappear, evanesce, evaporate, sink.
diverge from normal, expected (verb)
deviate, stray, vary, veer, wander, swerve, turn aside, digress.
exit (verb)
drain, exhaust, outgo, spout, issue, discharge, run off, vent, outflow.
leave (verb)
evacuate, omit, absent, empty, abstract, vacate, void.
leave, retreat (verb)
part, start, get away, go, move on, retire, set forth, go away, vacate, decamp, absent, quit, pull out, withdraw, take leave, exit, evacuate, cut out, shove off, vanish, abandon, disappear, start out, perish.
motion (verb)
go away, go.
stative (verb)
diverge, deviate, vary.

Other synonyms:

get off. err, check out, cut out. retire. blow. break camp
pull up stakes.
change
vary.
deviate
turn aside.
die
pass away.
escape
run off.
exit
go away, get away.
go
pull out.
leave
push off.
shove off
start out, shove off.
swerve
veer.

Usage examples for depart

  1. Prince Hatzfeld will depart with this letter for Paris early in the morning." – NAPOLEON AND BLUCHER by L. Muhlbach
  2. As I must live on, with generation after generation rising up about me, I want those generations to know before they depart from this earth that I am a person who does not die. – The Vizier of the Two-Horned Alexander by Frank R. Stockton
  3. Bertha was so indignant at this remark that she did not attempt to find an answer, but called Fritz, and was about to depart – Bertha Garlan by Arthur Schnitzler