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skedaddle


skedaddle

verb

Definition of SKEDADDLE

to hasten away from something dangerous or frightening <we skedaddled as soon as we saw the snake entering our campsite>
Related Words abscond, clear out, decamp, elope, escape, get (away), get out, lam, light out, make off, mizzle [chiefly British], scarper [British], scat, scram, skip (out), skirr

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