The days came and went, until it was almost two weeks since Geraldine's elopement.
I suppose she was always like that; even in the very hour of elopement with Fyne.
The young lady's elopement is "no affair of yours," Mr. Broune had said.
Then I adjusted it to the matter in hand which was neither more nor less than an elopement.
"elopement, a runaway," and left Vosh to fight what there was left of Cobbleville.
What would his friends say if he involved Helene in the scandal of an elopement?
It was the old story—an elopement, a grand row, and then all was forgiven.
You may not hope to make use of a king's ship for the purposes of an elopement.
An observer, if there had been such, might well have been amused to see an elopement so conducted.
They have more than once consulted upon the expediency of an elopement.'