flee from (someone or something)

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flee from (someone or something)

To run away from or escape someone or something. The thieves fled from the security guard but were caught by officers arriving on the scene. Shrieking, we fled from the swarm of bees.
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flee from someone or something

to run away from someone or something. The robber fled from the scene of the crime. The children fled from the wrath of the old man.
See also: flee
References in classic literature ?
But old Peter Goldthwaite's strong box fled from one dark corner to another, or otherwise eluded the second Peter's clutches, till, should he seek much farther, he must burrow into the earth.
after a 911 caller reported three men fled from one of the vehicles.
Deacon Locke is a sweet, very tall, socially awkward, eighteen-year-old who lives with his technophobe grandmother after years of constantly moving as his dad fled from one shady deal to another.
Millions fled from one side to the other to escape the violence; thousands more were murdered, abducted, or dismembered.
UNHCR chief Antonio Guterres replied it could only resettle refugees that fled from one country to another.
A police spokesman said: "Thank you to all the witnesses, especially the young lady who chased the suspect as he fled from one of the victim's home address.
Janine's father had been shot and she fled from one hiding place after she and her brother were betrayed and an SS officer was called in to kill them.
Nordin Benallal fled from one of the country's most modern and secure jails on Sunday after taking guards hostage at gunpoint when his getaway helicopter crashed.