Definition of "abscond"
  1. To secretly leave a place where one is required to stay, especially to evade legal processes or obligations, or after stealing money or goods
How to use "abscond" in a sentence
  1. The suspect decided to abscond before the trial to avoid possible jail time.
  2. After embezzling company funds, the manager chose to abscond with the money.
  3. Concerned about her safety, she decided to abscond in the middle of the night.

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