Definition Of abscond

verb

leave hurriedly and secretly, typically to avoid detection of or arrest for an unlawful action such as theft.

she absconded with the remaining thousand dollars

Example Of abscond

  • A police officer said: ‘He was a known absconder , so people are worried that if they come forward they might be in trouble for helping or harbouring him, but we just want to solve this tragic mystery.’

  • All the children were aged between 11 and 16 years and highly unlikely to abscond or resist arrest.

  • Also, Africanized bees abscond , leaving no queen, workers, or resources.

  • Although some are believed to have escaped during the process of arrest, an unknown number absconded during transfers between prisons, police stations and courts.

  • He refused to accept medication and absconded , being re-admitted in November of that year, again with self neglect, hallucinations and threatening behaviour.


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