• Definition for "abscond"
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abscond definition

  • verb-intransitive:
    • to go out of quickly and secretly and hide yourself, usually to avoid arrest or prosecution.
    • to cover up, withdraw, or perhaps concealed.
    • To leave clandestinely; to steal off and secrete an individual's self; -- utilized specifically of persons whom withdraw to prevent a legal process.
  • verb-transitive:
    • to cover; to hide.
  • others:
    • To retire from community view, or through the place in which one resides or is normally can be found; depart in an abrupt and key manner; simply take one's self down; decamp; specifically, to go straightened out to avoid a legal procedure.
    • to disguise, withdraw, or lay concealed: as, “the marmot absconds in cold temperatures,” Ray, Works of production.
    • Synonyms Escape, escape, flee, run away, make down.
    • To conceal.
  • verb:
    • run away; often includes taking some thing or somebody along
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