elope

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elope

[ilōp′]
Etymology: ME, gantlopp, to run away
Usage notes: (informal)
to leave a locked or secured psychiatric institution without notice or permission.

elope

1. To run away secretly with a lover, esp. to marry.
2. To leave a hospital, esp. a psychiatric hospital, without permission.
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Stonebridge will be built by dev elopers Gentoo and the the new development of 29 two, three and four-bedroom family homes is just off the A690 and adjacent to the Stonebridge Inn.
elopers 5th Cell have returned h a sequel to their popular ntendo DS game which sees Maxwell once again embark on more adventures in a bid to find the elusive 'Starites'.
Louis, in collaboration with Korea, with a budget of US$5 million, the creation of a credit line for dev elopers, as well as storage structures and markets for aquaculture products.
It is legal to marry at the age of 16 in Scotland without parental consent, and for centuries Gretna Green has been infamous for being the place where elopers wed.