verb (used without object)
Related formsde·camp·ment, noun
Examples from the Web for decamp
Within a couple of years he intends to decamp for either San Diego or San Francisco.
For starters, you must eliminate excess, so, if you wished, you could decamp on a dime.
Because she was a stranger who was likely to decamp instantly when he let her go?Mary Louise in the Country|L. Frank Baum (AKA Edith Van Dyne)
I shall turn her over to Moses, and decamp before she gets there.In Her Own Right|John Reed Scott
Mr. Decamp was interviewed by Mr. Herndon regarding Lincoln's religious views in July, 1887.Abraham Lincoln: Was He A Christian?|John B. Remsburg
Doubtless it was the perception of this truth which led many of the settlers to decamp after spoiling the Egyptians.William Pitt and the Great War|John Holland Rose
Mr. Farrar is housekeeper, and 'tidies up' with such vigour that his three comrades threaten to give up their lodgings and decamp.A Woman's Part in a Revolution|Natalie Harris Hammond