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Synonyms for decamp

Synonyms for decamp

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

Synonyms for decamp

leave a camp

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leave suddenly

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DeCamps has been performing for more than 30 years and has been voted Magician of the Year by The Society of American Magicians.
Eric DeCamps is the personification of a magician - debonair and engaging, enchanting and mystifying.
DeCamps has developed a style of intimate conjuring that permits his audience to become part of the performance.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development plans to expand investment program in Kyrgyzstan for the next 3 years, Olivier Decamps, EBRD Managing Director for Turkey, Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia said at the meeting with First Vice Prime Minister Omurbek Babanov on March 9.
Every February, the phone industry decamps to Cannes for the 3GSM conference.
And having shrunk the great classics to morsels of madness, their latest national tour decamps at Liverpool's Neptune Theatre next Thursday and Friday (8pm).
Everyone decamps for Italy, accompanied by the new working-class manservant George (Sean Pertwee).
Oivier Decamps said EBRD supports further market economy reforms to ensure economic recovery.
Olivier Decamps said a new government began to work a month ago, this is why the aid transfers are delayed.
Olivier Decamps said the agreement was signed with the Bishkek water supply company.
Martin (Sean Wilson) and Sally (Sally Whittaker) are gripped by passion when Weatherfield decamps to the wilds and the cast enjoy some open-air frolics in Derbyshire.
When a major troupe from elsewhere on the globe temporarily decamps to L.