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Definition of "eloping" [eloping]

  • Present participle of elope. (verb)

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Use "eloping" in a sentence
  • "Since the 1950s, the definition of eloping has been expanded to apply to people who, even if their families are overjoyed at their union, decide to get married quickly and privately, either in a courthouse or in a religious ceremony."
  • "When it comes time to tying the knot, Khan rejects the idea of eloping and opts to slowly win the approval of her crusty, patriarchal dad and the rest of her clan, back in Punjab."
  • "Apart from the picturesque reasons, many people seize upon the idea of eloping or throwing destination weddings for practical purposes involving various kinds of self-preservation."
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