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Thousands of Rum families fled Turkey in the aftermath, and the Rum populace that remained — and the city itself — were never the same again.

Others watched on TV and frantically tried to reach our bosses and colleagues as they fled for their lives.

On Saturday, Green opened fire at Baltimore police officers at a grocery store in northern Baltimore before fleeing, Harrison said.

Others watched on TV and frantically tried to reach bosses and colleagues as they fled for their lives.

In reality, the frantic effort is clearly meant to compensate for voters fleeing the party.

Many more illegal migrants face labor trafficking in Europe as they flee the conflict regions of North Africa and the Middle East.

The risk to his life was great enough that he had to flee Munich when Hitler attempted to seize power in November 1923.

As a cafe in Sydney, Australia came under siege by a hostage-taking gunman on Monday, those nearby attempted to flee the area.

But, in Jamaica, Maurice Tomlinson was forced to flee his country after his marriage to his Canadian husband made front-page news.

Within two years, fighting was so bad, she was forced to flee.

The remaining guerrilla had no stomach to continue the fight, and wheeled his horse to flee.

As they look him in his face and his shadowy wings cover them, nature recoils and would flee from him.

Where sabre, lance, and bayonet, right soon would turn and flee!

And the shepherds shall have no way to flee, nor the leaders of the flock to save themselves.

Finally, they became so frightened at this unusual type of fighting that they broke ranks and tried to flee.

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On this page you'll find 104 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to flee, such as: depart, desert, fly, get, jump, and leave.

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

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