Origin of abscond
OTHER WORDS FROM abscondab·scond·er, noun
How to use abscond in a sentence
Aided by some divine meddling, Paris performs the consummate indignity against his host Menelaus by absconding with his wife.‘A Sustained Sense of Violation’: When Bad House Guests Invade Literature|Matt Seidel|July 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Absconding has been punished with various degrees of severity.
She had added to her own difficulties by this present absconding, and, with severe self-blame, resolved to descend to tea.
Camilla could now stay no longer; nor could Edgar, though adoring the hearty joy of Sir Hugh, refuse to aid her in absconding.
He asked her if she would let him have a bite of bread if she had it, that he was a poor hungry absconding slave.
The most serious charge is that of receiving a bribe from Harpalus, the absconding treasurer of Alexander.