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Because she was a stranger who was likely to decamp instantly when he let her go?

Mary Louise in the CountryL. Frank Baum (AKA Edith Van Dyne)

I shall turn her over to Moses, and decamp before she gets there.

In Her Own RightJohn Reed Scott

Mr. Decamp was interviewed by Mr. Herndon regarding Lincoln's religious views in July, 1887.

Doubtless it was the perception of this truth which led many of the settlers to decamp after spoiling the Egyptians.

Mr. Farrar is housekeeper, and 'tidies up' with such vigour that his three comrades threaten to give up their lodgings and decamp.

A Woman's Part in a RevolutionNatalie Harris Hammond

When they tired of that they could travel Europe, and the moment any old friend appeared he could decamp with her overnight.

But I tell you what, Mary, you just go and tell 'em all to decamp this minute.'

It would serve him right were I to decamp by one of the windows before he comes back; but hark!

The Confessions of Harry Lorrequer, CompleteCharles James Lever (1806-1872)

I made up my mind to capture that garrison before it could decamp.

Three Years' WarChristiaan Rudolf de Wet

In fact, not a single shot was returned; the arrival of this strong force having warned the insurgents to decamp.

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