Absents [verb]

Definition of Absents:

leave, retreat

Opposite/Antonyms of Absents:

Sentence/Example of Absents:

The male takes no part in their education; but during this period absents himself, and wanders about alone.

He absents himself more and more from Beethovens lodgings and spends less and less time at his own.

If any member absents himself, he shall forfeit a penny for the use of the club, unless in case of sickness and imprisonment.

The passenger who absents himself from the concert which all other passengers attend, is both impolite and ill-bred.

Some castes fine a member who absents himself from the meeting.

The Chevalier Bigot does not lose his politeness, however long he absents himself!

Les absents ont toujours tort; and the converse of the proverb seemed to him to be equally true—the present are always right.

Ce nom seul irritait le père, qui ne manquait pas de faire une réflexion désagréable; la mère défendait noblement les absents.

And if the said official absents himself in any other manner he shall lose his position.

The mother takes some relaxation, and frequently absents herself.