Third-person singular simple present indicative form of abscond. (verb)
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Use "absconds" in a sentence
"Overlooked crime thriller starring Elliot Gould as a mild-mannered teller who gets into trouble when he secretly absconds with part of a fortune missed by a psychotic bank robber (Christopher Plummer)."
"Different scenarios for what might have happened to her are played out, often with alternative permutations: in one, she falls pregnant and absconds to Arizona; in another, she gets into the car of a stranger who wishes her harm; in yet another there's the suggestion of suicide."
"Michael Spurr, chief operating officer of the National Offender Management Service, said steps had been taken to strengthen the management at Ford: "I am pleased the good work done by the prison on safety, suicide and self-harm, healthcare, and improved security with fewer absconds, has been acknowledged.""