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synonyms for scram

  • decamp
  • depart
  • disappear
  • hightail
  • scoot
  • skedaddle
  • vamoose
  • beat it
  • clear out
  • get lost
  • go away
  • make oneself scarce
  • make tracks
  • take off
See also synonyms for: scramming

antonyms for scram

MOST RELEVANT
  • arrive
  • stay
  • dally
  • wait
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How to use scram in a sentence

We ought to abandon the Glory to her place in the sun and scram out of here in the lifeboatsevery last person aboard ship.
A PLACE IN THE SUNC.H. THAMES
Gibbering, I tried to get away, to flee or scram, but it was too late.
FUTURIA FANTASIA, SPRING 1940VARIOUS
"Yeah—she'll be here, all right, thanks to you—scram—" answered Evelyn, as he went out the door.
HOOKERSRICHARD F. MANN
To the girls she said, “Scram, if you want me downstairs in two minutes.”
THE MYSTERY AT DARK CEDARSEDITH LAVELL
"Maybe we had better scram out of here, Joe," Abdul suggested.
PASTORAL AFFAIRCHARLES A. STEARNS
The big idea is, can we grab a plane and scram away from this tub?
DAVE DAWSON ON GUADALCANALROBERT SYDNEY BOWEN
And there was nothing for Sahr to do but "scram," which is a quaint Earth term for making one's departure hurriedly.
THE FANTASY FAN SEPTEMBER 1933VARIOUS
Then lend me the loan of a gridiron, I say, and bad scram to you.
THE UNIVERSAL RECITERVARIOUS
One of the men caught sight of him and said, "Hey kid, scram!"
THE FOURTH RGEORGE OLIVER SMITH
We've got to get back to the jeep and scram out of here fast.
THE SECRET OF THE NINTH PLANETDONALD ALLEN WOLLHEIM
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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