Abscond in a Sentence 🔊

Definition of Abscond

escape into hiding; to leave quickly and hide to avoid punishment

Examples of 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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