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skedaddle

(skəˈdædlæ)
in. to get out; to leave in a hurry. (Folksy.) Well, I’d better skedaddle on home.
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Marcus North was called up by Australia for their oneday series against Pakistan in Dubai - and promptly skedaddled.
But their idol had skedaddled while they were standing for the National Anthem.
If the roof were going to collapse, the rats would already have abandoned their gourmet dinner of dung, would already have skedaddled from their manger accommodations, out of the mine and maybe hell-and-gone out of the Door of the Sad People.
That was one of the main reasons they skedaddled out of Washington, hoping to do so before the voters figure out what is happening.
Signed as a replacement for Juninho, who skedaddled to Atletico Madrid after Boro's relegation, Merse was instrumental in Boro going straight back up at the first attempt.
WHEN the dancers, prancers and chancers who had taken part in a predictably cheesy opening ceremony had skedaddled off the pitch it was time.
And that was before all the Furniture Row stores skedaddled to North Little Rock as well.
There is no doubt that had we returned at nine the deer would have been bumped and skedaddled without leaving a trail mere mortals could follow.
Resting along the lakeshore, the graceful swans skedaddled when they saw the camera crew and no coaxing would bring them back.
Got a moose on the runway or a flock of geese that needs to be skedaddled before an aircraft can be safely launched?
How did he square his socialist internationalism with his love of England and the contempt he felt for the leftist intellectuals who skedaddled to America when war broke out in 1939?