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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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The woodcock ran under her tail to the north, skedaddling on its spindly little legs for all it was worth.
The Shrum clones often were candidates who tried to preserve the past by "fighting" to protect the manufacturing jobs that were skedaddling to countries with lower labor costs; they opposed free trade agreements like the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Without TRIEA, chances are carriers would flee the terrorism market quicker than they're skedaddling out of Florida homeowners.
A great debate is raging over how to stop newly trained white doctors and dentists from skedaddling to Australia and the U.
We also were failing on skedaddling back and forth across gyms because of our slender legs.