|part of speech:
||absconded, absconding, absconds
||to leave suddenly and secretly, esp. to avoid observation or capture.
The king hanged the leader of the rebellion, while his followers attempted to abscond from the city.The thief was able to abscond with confidential files.
- decamp, elope, escape
- similar words:
- bolt, clear off, disappear, flee, fly, hightail, leave, scram, skip, vanish, withdraw
||bundle, desert, escape, run