to leave hurriedly or quickly; decamp.
to leave hurriedly or quickly from; decamp from.
- Also Older Use, va·mose [va-mohs] /væˈmoʊs/ .
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How to use vamoose in a sentence
He's livin', all right, but you vamoose—this mayn't be a pleasant sight tuh see.The Lone Ranger Rides | Fran Striker
Yuma shouted through the door, "vamoose, I'll be down tuh meet yuh in a minute!"The Lone Ranger Rides | Fran Striker
If he is all right yu'd better vamoose this range, for there won't be no hole for yu to crawl into next time.Hopalong Cassidy's Rustler Round-Up | Clarence Edward Mulford
If hes wise enough to vamoose at sight of us, perhaps we wont get a crack at any of the bunch.The Saddle Boys at Circle Ranch | James Carson
"Yes, and if you don't quit I think Billy will make you vamoose anyhow," murmured Roy.The Boy from the Ranch | Frank V. Webster
British Dictionary definitions for vamoose
(intr) slang, mainly US to leave a place hurriedly; decamp
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