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definition of abscond:

to leave, either secretly or quickly, as a means of avoiding the reach of a legal authority, relating to a pending arrest, lawsuit or service of process.

abscond, in an example:

Ralph, having written a number of bad checks to merchants in Florida, absconded to Canada in an attempt to avoid legal responsibility.
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