Depart hurriedly

  • 1 scat —  Depart hurriedly …

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  • 2 scoot —  Depart (hurriedly). Go (quickly) …

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  • 3 light — light1 lightful, adj. lightfully, adv. /luyt/, n., adj., lighter, lightest, v., lighted or lit, lighting. n. 1. something that makes things visible or affords illumination: All colors depend on light. 2. Physics …

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  • 4 skin — skinlike, adj. /skin/, n., v., skinned, skinning, adj. n. 1. the external covering or integument of an animal body, esp. when soft and flexible. 2. such an integument stripped from the body of an animal, esp. a small animal; pelt: a beaver skin.… …

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  • 5 light out — N. Amer. informal depart hurriedly. → light …

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  • 6 light — light1 noun 1》 the natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible; electromagnetic radiation from about 390 to 740 nm in wavelength.     ↘a source of illumination.     ↘(lights) traffic lights.     ↘Law the light falling on windows …

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  • 7 vamoose — [və mu:s] verb informal depart hurriedly. Origin C19: from Sp. vamos let us go …

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  • 8 bundle — I. n. Package, pack, packet, parcel, budget, roll. II. v. a. Tie in a bundle, put into bundles, bundle up. III. v. n. 1. Depart hurriedly, set off in a hurry. 2. Sleep together (without undressing) …

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  • 9 jet — Verb. To move quickly or depart hurriedly. E.g. I m just gonna jet into town to collect my holiday money …

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  • 10 skedaddle — ► VERB informal ▪ depart hurriedly. ORIGIN of unknown origin …

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  • 11 vamoose — ► VERB informal ▪ depart hurriedly. ORIGIN from Spanish vamos let us go …

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  • 12 send — send1 [send] vt. sent, sending [ME senden < OE sendan, akin to Ger senden, Goth sandjan, caus. formation, “to cause to go” < IE base * sent , to go, find out, discover > L sentire, to feel, sense, OIr sēt, way] 1. a) to cause to go or be …

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  • 13 track — [trak] n. [LME trak < MFr trac, a track, tract, trace < ?] 1. a mark or series of marks or other discoverable evidence left by a person, animal, or thing that has passed, as a footprint, wheel rut, wake of a boat, etc. 2. a trace or vestige …

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  • 14 abscond — v.intr. depart hurriedly and furtively, esp. unlawfully or to avoid arrest. Derivatives: absconder n. Etymology: L abscondere (as AB , condere stow) …

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  • 15 vamoose — v.intr. US (esp. as int.) sl. depart hurriedly. Etymology: Sp. vamos let us go …

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  • 16 light out — intransitive verb Etymology: light (VI) : to leave in a hurry : start quickly after the spring roundup, ranch hands light out for the nearest cow town and a good time S.E.Fletcher * * * light out (informal) To decamp • • • Main Entry: ↑light …

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  • 17 skedaddle —  Depart (usu. hurriedly) …

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  • 18 bundle — /ˈbʌndl / (say bundl) noun 1. a group loosely held together: a bundle of hay. 2. something wrapped for carrying; package. 3. a number of things considered together. 4. Biology → vascular bundle. 5. British Textiles a measure of cloth, equal to… …

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  • 19 run — v. & n. v. (running; past ran; past part. run) 1 intr. go with quick steps on alternate feet, never having both or all feet on the ground at the same time. 2 intr. flee, abscond. 3 intr. go or travel hurriedly, briefly, etc. 4 intr. a advance by… …

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  • 20 run — runnable, adj. runnability, n. /run/, v., ran, run, running, n., adj. v.i. 1. to go quickly by moving the legs more rapidly than at a walk and in such a manner that for an instant in each step all or both feet are off the ground. 2. to move with… …

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