decamp

[v] - leave a camp 2. [v] - leave suddenly (very informal usage)
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Decamp

De·camp' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Decamped (?; 215); present participle & verbal noun Decamping .] [ French décamper ; prefix dé- (L. dis ) + camp camp. See Camp .] 1.
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decamp

skip 2 vamoose verb leave suddenly; `She persuaded him to decamp`; `skip town`
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decamp

verb leave a camp; `The hikers decamped before dawn`
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Decamp

• (v. i.) To break up a camp; to move away from a camping ground, usually by night or secretly. • (v. i.) Hence, to depart suddenly; to run away; -- generally used disparagingly.
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