Absconder
Absconder \Ab*scond"er\, n. One who absconds. [1913 Webster]

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  • absconder — (del lat. «abscondĕre»; ant.) tr. Esconder. * * * absconder. (Del lat. abscondĕre). tr. desus. esconder1. Era u. t. c. prnl …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • absconder — index fugitive Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • absconder — |ê| v. tr. Esconder …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • absconder — [n] person who escapes absentee, bolter, escapee, quitter, truant; concepts 403,583 …   New thesaurus

  • absconder — (Del lat. abscondĕre). tr. desus. esconder1. Era u. t. c. prnl.) …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • absconder — ⇒ABSCONDRE, ABSCONDER, ABSCONSER, verbe. Vx. Cacher. Rem. Ac. Compl. 1842 indique que le mot appartient au vx lang. Absconser figure dans Trév. 1771 et absconder est donné par S. Mercier (Néologie ou Vocabulaire de mots nouveaux, t. 1, 1801, p.… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • absconder — /æbˈskɒndə/ (say ab skonduh), /əb / (say uhb ) noun 1. someone who absconds. 2. Also, absconder into the woods, absconder from public labour. Australian History an escaped convict …   Australian English dictionary

  • absconder — abscond ► VERB ▪ leave hurriedly and secretly to escape from custody or avoid arrest. DERIVATIVES absconder noun. ORIGIN Latin abscondere hide …   English terms dictionary

  • absconder — noun a fugitive who runs away and hides to avoid arrest or prosecution • Derivationally related forms: ↑abscond • Hypernyms: ↑fugitive, ↑fugitive from justice • Hyponyms: ↑alien absconder …   Useful english dictionary

  • absconder — noun see abscond …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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