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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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But in true "life-must-go-on" style, the love of a good woman really has turned Cain into a better man as he has second thoughts about taking part in tonight's planned heist and skedaddles home to Moira instead.
But in true life-must-go-on style, the love of a good woman has turned Cain into a better man as he has second thoughts about tonight's planned heist and skedaddles home to Moira instead.
But in true life-must-go-on style, the love of a good woman really has turned Cain into a better man as he has second thoughts about taking part in tonight's planned heist and skedaddles home to Moira instead.
Perhaps when a risk manager skedaddles from one employer to another to another, the reasons are that the above qualities of a good risk manager position are not present--room to grow, to create, to feel fulfilled and appreciated.
During the hullabaloo, her partner swoops by, swipes the bag and skedaddles.