Examples of decamp in a Sentence
She took the papers and decamped.
He decamped to Europe soon after news of the scandal broke.
Recent Examples of decamp from the Web
Venture capitalists, who largely decamped to the Peninsula in the 1970s, have started moving back north, too.
Shortly before Sola’s closing this spring, Morozin decamped to Kennett Square to make his solo debut with Verbena BYOB (102 E. State St.).
But when the threesome decamped to a suite later, the guard outside asked Hardaway for his pass.
Courtesy of Samira Wiley Actress Samira Wiley of The Handmaid's Tale and OITNB fame decamps to the colorful California town to soak up the sun, spicy margaritas, and mountain views.
The idea of everyone decamping for the Valley Beyond (culminating in an epic battle, let’s assume) is pretty dull, story-wise.
Connaughton's elevation follows close on the heels on the departure of George Ergatoudis, who was head of music culture, international shows & editorial before decamping to lead Apple Music’s UK operation.
And so some workers may choose to live farther away from their places of work — decamping to distant suburbs or even to rural areas.
Those credits represent the state’s effort to keep projects from decamping to New York, Atlanta, Canada and the U.K Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Wednesday extending California’s film and TV incentives to 2025.
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: to leave a place suddenly and secretly
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