abscond [ ab-skond ]
verb (used without object)
1. to depart in a sudden and secret manner, especially to avoid capture and legal prosecution: The cashier absconded with the money.
OTHER WORDS FROM ABSCOND
WORDS RELATED TO ABSCOND
break, hightail, fade, skedaddle, get, jump, scram, quit, leave, decamp, bolt, slip, escape, vanish, flee, vamoose, disappear, split, beat it, clear out
SYNONYMS FOR ABSCOND
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1. decamp, bolt.
Origin: 1605–15; < Latin abscondere to hide or stow away, equivalent to abs-abs- + condere to stow (con-con- + -dere to put; see do)
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