Abscond in a Sentence
Definition of Abscond
escape into hiding; to leave quickly and hide to avoid punishment
Use Abscond in a sentence
Do you think he has plans to abscond with the stolen money?
Since the boys could not pay for their meals, they decided to abscond before the waitress returned with their check.
The greedy accountant was caught at the airport before he could abscond with the company’s profits.
In order to avoid prosecution, Marilyn decided to abscond to Switzerland.
Because she was driving without a license, Elaine chose to abscond while the officer ran her car tag.
The robbers’ plan was to abscond with all of the millionaire’s valuable paintings and jewels.
After kidnapping the heiress, the kidnapper’s sole option was to abscond to another country before the authorities could find him.
Unable to pay their rent, the tenants decided to abscond in the middle of the night.
If the judge feels a suspect is likely to abscond, he will issue a high bond for that individual.
After being left out of his mother’s will, David decided to abscond with many family heirlooms.
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