abscond

to go away suddenly (to avoid arrest) 
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abscond

[v] - run away
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Abscond

Ab·scond' intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Absconded ; present participle & verbal noun Absconding .] [ Latin abscondere to hide; ab , abs + condere to lay up; con + dăre ...
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Abscond

Ab·scond' transitive verb To hide; to conceal. [ Obsolete] Bentley.
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abscond

bolt 2 absquatulate verb run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along; `The thief made off with our silver`; `the accountant absconded with the cash from the safe`
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Abscond

• (v. i.) To hide, withdraw, or be concealed. • (v. i.) To depart clandestinely; to steal off and secrete one`s self; -- used especially of persons who withdraw to avoid a legal process; as, an absconding debtor. • (v. t.) To hide; to conceal.
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abscond

abscond To go away hastily and secretly; run away and hide, especially in order to escape from the law. To abscond does not mean to take someone's money, as is commonly supposed, but to go away secretly, fleeing from the law.
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Abscond

v. to travel covertly out of the jurisdiction of the courts, or to conceal oneself in order to avoid their process or to avoid arrest or prosecution by hiding.
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Abscond

The act of a colony of bees that leave the hive in entirety due to undesirable causes such as heat, pest infestation or other reasons.
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abscond

To run away or hide from the jurisdiction of the court in order to avoid legal proceedings.
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abscond

run away, often taking something or somebody along
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