verb (used without object)
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OTHER WORDS FROM abscondab·scond·er, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for abscond
The Hashemites will not just surrender power and abscond to South Kensington.
And he could not abscond with the balance, because that would mean the loss of Margaret.Geoffrey Hampstead|Thomas Stinson Jarvis
Those likely to abscond, or belonging to other Cantons, are not accepted.The Vagrancy Problem.|William Harbutt Dawson
One would think there was something wrong—that you were about to abscond.'The Mystery of Lincoln's Inn|Robert Machray
The truth is that they are breaking up the whole house of the human intellect that they may abscond in any direction.
Even if I were to abscond and get rid of my personality altogether, what would be the use of it?Strange Stories|Grant Allen