WORD OF THE DAY
Absquatulate
ab-SKWACH-ə-late
Part of speech: verb
Origin: American English, 1830s
1

To flee

2

To take off with somebody or something

Examples of Absquatulate in a sentence

“When the back porch light turned on, the sneaky raccoons absquatulated.”

“Keep an eye out on the train for pickpockets trying to absquatulate with your wallet.”