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use "flee" in a sentence


We flee the languor of baseball for the violent vigor of football.

Tens of thousands of members of the Christian and Yazidi sect flee.

He'd lived in the home for 20 years that he was forced to flee from.

Three dozen homes were destroyed and 2,700 people were forced to flee.

Will that deter those seeking to flee poverty and hopelessness?

The driver tried to flee but was chased down and attacked, police said.

Over there, two ladies and then another guy flee all together, he said.

Fifty-seven of the girls manage to flee, while 219 are still being held.

Call the anti-cable guy Viewers continue to flee traditional television.

DeBrota said prosecutors were not concerned that Fogle would try to flee.

However, Ochoa actually punched Ji, who then tried to flee his attackers.

Haygood was intoxicated and tried to flee the scene but was found nearby.

Even with regret looming over their decision to flee, thousands press on.

One suspected gunman was earlier arrested as he tried to flee the campus.

After the act the group leader intended to flee to Crimea, SBU says.

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