Absconds [verb]

Definition of Absconds:

run away, depart secretly

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Sentence/Example of Absconds:

Sehon eventually reappeared, possibly after absconding to Tijuana.

That was then required, and no one could really think I would abscond and leave my old guardian in the lurch.

He had settled with Houseman that he would abscond that very night, not wait for the next, as at first he had intended.

Yea, they make a solemn oath to each other not to abscond or conceal the least thing they find amongst the prey.

Mexicans also appreciate the pithaya, and servants frequently abscond at that time, in order to get the fruit.

Could the coolie possibly abscond with a bag of mail under the very eyes of an officer?

They are turned out among the gang, without special permanent restraint, and abscond again.

I wondered what upon earth had become of him, but felt certain he was too true a friend to abscond with my half of the shirt.

Thinking him about to abscond, I fired—and away he rushed, disappeared in the bushes, and we saw nothing more of him.

But sometimes the more enterprising of them would abscond and settle down in a village.