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Synonym of Fugitive (noun)

wanted elusive short temporary flying ephemeral brief volatile passing criminal wandering errant erratic evanescent fleeting flitting hot impermanent momentary moving planetary short-lived transitory unstable fugacious avoiding escaping evading lamster on the lam running away

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Example Sentences for fugitive

Leaving him lying there, he went racing on after the other fugitive.

All citizens were liable to be called to aid in the pursuit and arrest of a fugitive.

Really, Sir, your "evidence" that the new law is more favorable to the fugitive than the old one falls short of demonstration.

I haven't done anything intentionally to make me a fugitive from justice.

The fugitive President and the fugitive Secretary at length met, and returned together to Washington.

With trembling heart the fugitive handed the key of her trunk to the officers.

And the acceptance of such payment shall preclude the owner from further claim to said fugitive.

It did not end in the capture of the fugitive, because it was founded on a miscalculation.

An hour or two ago he was a fugitive, practically unarmed, with nearly a score of Askari hunting him down.

Then she remembered that he was a hunted man, a fugitive from justice.

Word Origin & History of - Fugitive

Word Origin & History of Fugitive

Word Origin & History

fugitive late 14c., from O.Fr. fugitif, from L. fugitivus "fleeing" (but commonly used as a noun meaning "runaway"), from stem of fugere "run away, flee," from PIE base *bheug- "to flee" (cf. Gk. pheugein "to flee," Lith. bugstu "be frightened"). Replaced O.E. flyma. From 17c.-19c. English had the useful adj. fugacious "likely to flee."

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