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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLED

“He fled, when Stephen made in to the rescue of my father,” said Dennet.

He would have crimsoned to the eyes, no doubt, and fled from the virago.

Ah, could I have descended, could I have come down, ere he fled!

It is used by their prickers and huntsmen when the beast hath not fled, but is still in its lair.

The knaves led them from the stables, but fled without them.

A groan of distress burst from him, and he fled the place in ignominious rout.

His maiden looked up from her mother's lap where she wept for him, and fled shrieking.

The two khans who had been arrested would have fled to the hills.

With this terrible ultimatum dinging in his ears Saunders fled.

When the multitudes were not converted by the miracles, they fled terrified.

WORD ORIGIN

past tense and past participle of flee (q.v.).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FLED

absconded

adjectiveleft quickly
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.