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Definition of the noun Abscondence
What does Abscondence mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: abscondences
- The act of absconding, or illicitly escaping
- [uncountable] The incidence of illicit escape
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by CIBA Foundation Symposium
Abscondence is a built-in safeguard (if this is the mot ...
by Bryan A. Garner
See -EE abscondence; abscondment; absconsion. The second and third are needless variants rarely found; abscondence is the preferred and much more common noun corresponding to the verb abscond, q.v. E.g., "[Defendant demonstrated ...
by Bryan A. Garner
abscondence; ✳ abscondment; ✳absconsion. The second and third are needless variants rarely found; abscondence is the preferred and much more common noun corresponding to the verb ...
by Dr. Baljit Singh
transience; truancy, fleeing, abscondence. fugitive' a. fleeting; transient; transitory. fugitive2 n. absconder; ...
Johnson's Dictionary, improved by Todd, abridged, ... with the addition of Walker's pronunciation ... and an appendix of Americanisms (1839)
by Samuel Johnson, Henry John TODD (Archdeacon of Cleveland.), John WALKER (the Philologist.)
Abscondence,āb-skön'-dénse. s. concealment. Absconder, áb-skön'-dār. s. the person who absconds. [tion. Absence, áb'-sènse.
by Paul Zollo
defunct disjunct dunked funked flunked injunct junked plunked skunked UNS abeyance abhorrence abidance abscondence absence abundance accedence acceptance accidence accordance acquaintance acquiescence acquittance ...
Johnson's Dictionary (1828)
by Samuel Johnson
Abscondence.ab-sk&n' -demise, s. concealment. Absconder, ab-sk&n'-dur. s. the person who absconds, [tion. Absence, ab'-sense. s. being absent; inatten- Absent , ab'-s£nt. a. not present; inattentive. Absent, ab-seul'. r. n. to keep away, ...
Dictionary of Early English (1955)
by Joseph T. Shipley
Also abscondence, abscondment, concealment, seclusion. In monasteries and churches, an absconce was a dark lantern. absentaneous. This word, which never grew into use, is found in 18th century dictionaries. Fashioned by analogy with ...
Law Dictionary (1986)
Fachwoerterbuch der anglo-amerikanischen Rechtssprache einschliesslich wirtschaftlicher und politischer Begriffe by Dora von Beseler, Barbara Jacobs-Wüstefeld
umgehen ~ from trial flüchten abscondence Verbergen n; Entweichen n; Entziehen n absconder Flüchtling m absconding flüchtig ~ , danger of Fluchtgefahr ...
The Imperial Dictionary (1863)
English, Technological, and Scientific by John Ogilvie
ABSCONDENCE, n. Concealment. AB'SENT, n. One who is not present. ABSENTA'NEOUS, a. Relating to absence; absent. ABSIN'THATE, n.
The Century Dictionary, (1914)
An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language
abscondence; (ab-skou'dgns), n. Concealment; seclusion. absconder (ab-skon'der), n. One who absconds. absconsio (ab-skon' shi-o), n. ; l. absconeionea (ab-skon-shi-o'néz). [NL., < . abscenderc, hide: see ...
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