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elope with (someone)

To marry someone suddenly and secretively. I wish I could just elope with my fiance, but my family is insistent that I have a big wedding.
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elope with someone

to sneak away with someone and get married without much ceremony. Sally eloped with Tom, and everyone was surprised. I don't want to elope with Juan. I want a church wedding.
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Perker, they went from one inn to another in an attempt to find the elopers. Finally, through a sharp-featured young man cleaning boots in the yard of the White Hart Inn, they were able to identify Mr.
"Somebody said to Pandit Nehru that Congress MLAs have become elopers. Nehru said it actually depends on the potency of the person, if they are able to take away the person from this side.
A community renowned for cosseting cosy couples has cemented many mutually beneficial relationships over the years But even a town which takes great pride in its reputation as the nation's number one destination for elopers accepts romance has discovered a new home in Gretna.
For the first time in five years, the number of ceremonies at the famous elopers' haven has fallen.
CON TRICK: The enemy within; ACHILLES: Brad Pitt; ELOPERS: Paris and Helen
``He was waiting to collect her and the couple then headed for Gretna - not your typical elopers.
Certainly, the Brownings were the most famous couple of elopers in history so they were virtually exiled from England.
The couple planned to have 13 guests at the ceremony in elopers' paradise Gretna Green.
If the dream comes true, drivers such as Eddie Irvine and Michael Schumacher could be on their way here sooner rather than later, dev- elopers believe.