vamose

[ va-mohs ]

verb (used with or without object),va·mosed, va·mos·ing.
  1. Older Use. vamoose.

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How to use vamose in a sentence

  • In 1872, Barter was cowhided by a woman, and a committee formally requested the editor to vamose the town!

  • And if we warn off the passengers from going this trip, and let the stage go up empty, Bob would suspect something and vamose.

  • Now if you're just havin' a little fun with me, Shark, put your gun up, and we'll get on Bolivar and vamose.

    Whirligigs | O. Henry
  • To vamose (from the Spanish vamos, let us go), came in at the same time.

    The American Language | Henry L. Mencken
  • We mounted our ponies, old Jerry called out in a cherry tone, "vamose!"

    The Young Trail Hunters | Samuel Woodworth Cozzens