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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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Is it possible the same can be said of Cilla, Tarby, Lily and Les, who skedaddled when bright lights beckoned?
With its TriToon configuration, which employs a trio of 23-inch-by-24inch U-shaped tubes, with lifting strakes on both sides of the middle pontoon and on the insides of the outer tubes, the 23 TT skedaddled to an impressive top speed of 45.
Marcus North was called up by Australia for their oneday series against Pakistan in Dubai - and promptly skedaddled.
Signed as a replacement for Juninho, who skedaddled to Atletico Madrid after Boro's relegation, Merse was instrumental in Boro going straight back up at the first attempt.
Needless to say, the sight of my bearded visage rising from the Nebraska hillside created some concern among the trio, who promptly did what hens and gobblers do best--they skedaddled.
And that was before all the Furniture Row stores skedaddled to North Little Rock as well.
There is no doubt that had we returned at nine the deer would have been bumped and skedaddled without leaving a trail mere mortals could follow.
Mark' s heroine Julie Goodyear hadbeen in earlier that night, but skedaddled after seeing that the only room left was stuffed with bunkbeds.
Got a moose on the runway or a flock of geese that needs to be skedaddled before an aircraft can be safely launched?
How did he square his socialist internationalism with his love of England and the contempt he felt for the leftist intellectuals who skedaddled to America when war broke out in 1939?
Fidel Castro quickly skedaddled when his absurd scheme blew up in 1953.