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adjective as in left quickly

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His wife had absconded to Philadelphia to wait for him, and all the plans were in place for their escape.

She was initially freed on $100,000 bail, but was remanded after two of her co-defendants absconded.

Since the end of World War II, Germans have absconded from the very idea of power politics.

But Dido got to the loot first, and absconded with it to North Africa, where she set up her kingdom.

That night he absconded, and I never heard of him till this extraordinary account of yours.

Buonaparte has absconded himself, but in any port he has taken securitys not to be forced.

He formed one of the second party who absconded from Macquarie Harbour .

Ships had been wrecked, cattle stations had fallen in value, large firms in India had failed, debtors had absconded.

John Dwerrihouse had absconded three months ago—and I had seen him only a few hours back!


On this page you'll find 2 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to absconded, such as: escaped, and fled.

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