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1. In general usage, Abscond refers to any act of running away and hiding (usually from the law and often with funds), but, in legal circles, the word is used specifically when someone who has already become the focus of a legal proceeding hides or takes off in order to evade the legal process (as in "Absconded …
2. Abscond means to leave secretly and suddenly, especially to avoid being caught, punished, or put on trial
3. Criminals Abscond to get away with their crimes
4. A more informal term for Abscond is make one’s getaway.
5. Abscond synonyms, Abscond pronunciation, Abscond translation, English dictionary definition of Abscond
6. 9 synonyms of Abscond from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 36 related words, definitions, and antonyms
7. Abscond: to get free from a dangerous or confining situation.
8. Find 50 ways to say Abscond, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
9. Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word Abscond. Princeton's WordNet (2.00 / 1 vote)Rate this definition: Abscond, bolt, absquatulate, decamp, run off, go off, make off (verb) run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along
10. The names and details of prisoners who have Absconded are reported to the police as soon as possible after they event.
11. Abscond To go in a clandestine manner out of the jurisdiction of the courts, or to lie concealed, in order to avoid their process
12. Abscond To steal a sexual favor from a second party in a very seductive and forthright manner
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14. Absconding is a Violation of Probation or Parole Violation of probation happens when any of the conditions set forth by the court are not met, including Absconding. When a violation occurs, the probation officer has the duty of deciding on the consequences
15. Abscond is to escape, often taking something along
16. As a kid, you may have Absconded from your lemonade stand — with the coffee can of cash in hand, and …
17. [Latin Abscondere, to hide : abs-, ab-, away; see ab-1 + condere, to put; see dhē- in Indo-European roots.] ab·scond′er n
18. Nouns for Abscond include Abscondee, Abscondees, Abscondence, Abscondences, Absconder, Absconders, Absconding, Abscondings, Abscondment, Abscondments, absconsion and
19. Abscond verb [I] (ESCAPE) to go away suddenly and secretly in order to escape from somewhere: Two prisoners Absconded last night
20. She Absconded from boarding school with her boyfriend.
21. What does Abscond mean? The definition of Abscond means to leave secretly and quickly
22. (verb) An example of Abscond would be a prisoner escaping
23. The robbers’ plan was to Abscond with all of the millionaire’s valuable paintings and jewels
24. 🔊 After kidnapping the heiress, the kidnapper’s sole option was to Abscond to another country before the authorities could find him.
25. Abscond, a Blame filly owned by Apogee Bloodstock and Mike Anderson Racing and trained by Eddie Kenneally, broke her maiden by a head at Ellis Park on July 21, 2019, and then shipped to Saratoga and ran second in a listed stakes in August
26. Abscond next appeared at Woodbine for the Grade 1 Natalma Stakes on Sept
27. Verb If someone Absconds from somewhere such as a prison, they escape from it or leave it without permission.
28. Abscond is a technique used to leave a battle
29. If the incoming assault from your enemies is too tough to handle, choosing Abscond may be your only viable option
30. Abscond is not foolproof, and can sometimes fail in specific battles.
31. See 2 authoritative translations of Abscond in Spanish with example sentences, conjugations and audio pronunciations.
32. ‘In Britain around 2/3 of failed asylum seekers Abscond and disappear into the ‘black’ economy.’ ‘These may be needed in order to, for example, examine the person applying for admission, or to make sure that they do not Abscond when a decision to deport has been taken.’
33. Eberhardt Abscond - Work - Keeneland - 102519 Keeneland/Coady Photography
34. [intransitive] Abscond (with something) to leave secretly and take with you something, especially money, that does not belong to you He Absconded with the company funds.
35. To escape from a place where you are being kept as a punishment He was put into jail but Absconded within a few days
36. ‘The spokesman said: ‘Since his conviction for both offences he Absconded from bail and his current whereabouts are sought by the police.’’ ‘Judge Simon Fawcus sentenced him to 18 years for one charge of conspiracy to rob and nine months, to run concurrently, for Absconding from bail.’
37. He is just the man to Abscond with all the money and leave us in the lurch, the scoundrel!: This was in harmony with her original suspicion, that he intended secretly to Abscond.: And he could not Abscond with the balance, because that would mean the loss of Margaret.: In November, 1876, Trinquet and some of his comrades managed to Abscond in a steamboat
38. An example of Abscond would be a prisoner escaping from jail
39. Abscond synonyms, Abscond pronunciation, Abscond translation, English dictionary definition of Abscond
40. ‘Abscond’ paints a fantastical fairy-tale like scenario of a love locked away in a castle and the singer enticing them to Abscond
41. Abscond vi disparaître, s'enfuir → He was remanded in care and ordered to appear the following day, but Absconded
42. To Abscond with sth [+money] disparaître avec qch, s'enfuir avec qch → Unfortunately, his partners were crooks and Absconded with the funds.
43. From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Abscond ab‧scond / əbˈskɒnd, æb-$ æbˈskɑːnd / verb [intransitive] formal 1 ESCAPE to escape from a place where you are being kept Abscond from The boy Absconded from a children’s home
44. It was a fight to the finish all the way around for Abscond in the Grade 1, $250,000 Natalma Stakes, but the 2-year-old daughter of Blame got up between two horses to cross the wire a nose in front on Sept
45. Abscond, owned by Apogee Bloodstock and Mike Anderson Racing, engaged in an intense stretch-long duel with runner-up Walk In Marrakesh on her inside and Fair Maiden on her
46. Definitions and Meaning of Abscond in English Abscond verb
47. Run away; usually includes taking something or somebody along Synonyms: absquatulate, bolt, decamp, go off, make off, run off Examples - the accountant Absconded with the cash from the safe
48. Abscond Abscond is a minimalistic game where you control a small flaming circle
49. Abscond with To leave with someone or something that one is not authorized to take
50. The crook Absconded with the coffee shop's tip jar when the cashier wasn't looking.
51. Abscond Abscond Abscond VS Elope: Running away with a lover - English Only forum Abscond vs escape vs flee vs elope vs run away - English Only forum to Abscond at the turn of a breeze - …
52. In her two-year-old season, Abscond grew into a portion of her name quickly, learning how to move hurriedly, but not secretly.The bay filly won her career start, a 5 ½-furlong maiden special weight on turf at Ellis Park
53. Abscond To go in a clandestine manner out of the jurisdiction of the courts, or to lie concealed, in order to avoid their process
54. [intransitive] Abscond (from something) to escape from a place that you are not allowed to leave without permission She Absconded from every children’s home they placed her in
55. [intransitive] Abscond (with something) to leave secretly and take with you something, especially money, that does not belong to you He Absconded with the company funds.
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58. Abscond (v.) "depart suddenly and secretly," especially to escape debt or the law, 1560s, from French Abscondre "to hide" and directly from Latin Abscondere "to hide, conceal, put out of sight," from assimilated form of ab "off, away from" (see ab-) + condere "put together, store," from assimilated form of com-"together" (see com-) + -dere "put" (from PIE root *dhe-"to put, place").
59. Translation for 'to Abscond' in the free English-Arabic dictionary and many other Arabic translations.
60. Kenobi managed to kill Grievous , and Abscond with his starfighter
61. For higher-ranking officials who managed to Abscond with large amounts of money, the US was the favourite destination, while Canada, Australia and the Netherlands were also popular.
62. A unique situation happening in many organizations is that the employees just Abscond from the work
63. Absconding is a willful action where an employee leaves an employer without notice due to
64. Abscond with To leave with someone or something that one is not authorized to take
65. The crook Absconded with the coffee shop's tip jar when the cashier wasn't looking.
66. Abscond: To leave quickly and secretly and hide oneself, often to avoid arrest or prosecution.