verb (used without object), scrammed, scram·ming. Informal.
Origin of scram1
Definition for scram (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
Origin of scram2
Examples from the Web for scram
First there's the SCRAM system, it automatically ejects the control rods into the core and shuts the plant down.
We ought to abandon the Glory to her place in the sun and scram out of here in the lifeboatsevery last person aboard ship.A Place in the Sun|C.H. Thames
And there was nothing for Sahr to do but "scram," which is a quaint Earth term for making one's departure hurriedly.The Fantasy Fan September 1933|Various
One of the men caught sight of him and said, "Hey kid, scram!"The Fourth R|George Oliver Smith