Examples of decamp in a Sentence
She took the papers and decamped.
He decamped to Europe soon after news of the scandal broke.
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The series then decamped to California for a sophomore effort that was less well-received.
Ready to Rumble With businesses decamping, tourist numbers dropping and Spain’s healthy economy growth potentially taking a hit, some in Catalonia are seeking a dignified climb-down.
In 1987, after Miller’s successor Anna Wintour decamped for the United States to oversee Condé Nast’s House & Garden (soon renamed HG in an effort to reenergize the title), Tilberis herself was named editor of British Vogue.
While many of the fashion crowd decamped to Milan, this week to press on with the rest of the month, Kors took the opportunity to take over the Tate Modern (with a life-size ruby installation) with a crew of his model muses and friends.
Having watched New Orleans drown, Houstonians decamped en masse--about 2.5 million of them--and began fleeing north.
Born in Washington, D.C., to an artist mother and a lobbyist father who later became mayor of a small village in New Mexico, Gasteyer decamped to the Midwest upon graduation from high school.
Far from the sea oats and white sands of their Atlantic Beach, Florida, wedding site, the engaged Senior Airmen decamped to the stark surroundings of the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando.
Manufacturing is already picking up and decamping for other parts of the United States and the world during that period of the unchallenged supremacy of the American auto industry.
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