abscond

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escape

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Synonyms for abscond

to break loose and leave suddenly, as from confinement or from a difficult or threatening situation

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Richard Dennick absconded from Ty Llywelyn medium secure unit in the town on September 21.
absconded from her sponsor in 2010 because her salary was low and her sponsor constantly beat her.
At least 57,000 expatriate workers have absconded from their employers in Oman since the beginning of 2015, according to figures released by the Sultanate's Ministry of Manpower.
5 per cent of expatriates absconded from their employers, of which 89.
The maid's employer, a 43-year-old Emirati teacher, said the maid, who had been working for her for four years, absconded on August 7 last year.
Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald confirmed 419 inmates have absconded from detention centres with many simply walking out of open prisons.
The wrestlers absconded from their training base at Aberdeen Sports Village on Monday.
Darren Douglas, 46, originally from Shard End, absconded from HM Spring Hill open prison in Grendon Underwood, Buckinghamshire, in the early hours of Sunday.
David Blood, 48, who police said may pose a threat, absconded from the Category D prison some time between 8.
Daniel Pearson absconded from Kirkham Prison in Lancashire on February 18 this year and has been at large since.
It is claimed he then went to the station and lodged a separate complaint, claiming the maid had absconded.
In all, 37 expatriates who were running the gangs and 78 housemaids, 39 drivers and 24 workers who had absconded from their sponsors were arrested.
THREE convicts who absconded from a Welsh open prison have been found.
Magag, 28, who is understood to have attended terrorist training camps in Somalia, absconded from a Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measure (Tpim) notice after ripping off his electronic tag.
Latest figures for Sudbury show that 50 inmates absconded between October 2007 and March 2009, with a further 29 going on the run in the rest of 2009.