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skedaddle

To leave or depart promptly or at once. We'd better skedaddle if we're going to catch our flight! You need to skedaddle before the boss catches you snooping around her office!

skedaddle

(skəˈdædlæ)
in. to get out; to leave in a hurry. (Folksy.) Well, I’d better skedaddle on home.
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Skedaddle serviced 40,000 riders in its first year and then greatly expanded those numbers as it started serving more parts of the United States, according to (http://www.businessinsider.com/skedaddle-app-could-disrupt-travel-2016-5) Business Insider .
It was day three and the first and only time our Australian leader used the word skedaddle to marshal his troops, but we were all there as skedaddlers, having signed up for the Guilin and Guangxi cycling holiday with the delightfully named Saddle Skedaddle, based in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Most chose to go out for another 25-mile spin, a couple went on a cookery course and I just spent the morning pottering through the streets, watching the world go by and need to know | SADDLE SKEDADDLE (www.skedaddle.co.uk or info@skedaddle.co.uk 0191 265 1110) are based in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
The small book From Skedaddle to Selfie, published by scholarly Oxford University Press, is, however, a fun book (another word redefined by millennials who made it an adjective from a noun) about a serious topic: language.
mid-view, skedaddle off to a room that overlooks, say, a pond.
Your safety is the number one priority, so if a bite is imminent, it's appropriate to skedaddle. However, by doing so you reinforce the guarding behavior.
He then noticed that some females would approach a male's nest, deposit a small number of eggs, then skedaddle.
The most obvious instances of this are in the linking instructions at the end of modules: 'now skedaddle over to your next module choice' and 'if you want to learn more about alliteration, tip-toe-tappy-toe over to Kennings' are two of many such examples.
In the novel Charlie Skedaddle, the hero is challenged to
Telling a judge to skedaddle. I catch a whiff of freedom.
The trip was organised by Saddle Skedaddle, a friendly Newcastle-based company which provides biking holidays all over the world.
In general, the criteria for deciding to stay in (or, alternatively, to skedaddle from) a market are the attractiveness of the market, your company's relative advantage(s) in that market and the inherent riskiness of the market.
As soon as they're hitched, both daughter and son-in-law skedaddle back to Germany, which they consider home.
Hell, from what I hear the women-folk are even takin' over all the science and engineering jobs and makin' the top man, what's his name, Summers, skedaddle.
When I'm with my friends for a whole day or overnight, we sometimes get sick of each other." On another role sheet, the discussion director for a group reading Charlie Skedaddle moved beyond the 'so what happened?' question and asked deeper questions about the book such as: "Why was Charlie sad after he killed a soldier when that was what he said he wanted to do all along?" These questions, and others like it, produced interesting and insightful conversations among the students.