Definition of Absconders

1. Noun. (plural of absconder) ¹



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Definition of Absconders

1. absconder [n] - See also: absconder

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Absconders

abscissio infiniti
abscission
abscission cellulase
abscission layer
abscission layers
abscission zone
abscission zones
abscissiones infiniti
abscissions
abscissæ
abscond
absconded
abscondence
abscondences
absconder
absconders (current term)
absconding
abscondings
abscondment
absconds
absconsio
abscopal
abscopal effect
abseil
abseiled
abseiler
abseilers
abseiling
abseils
absence

Literary usage of Absconders

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1. Responding to Probation and Parole Violations by Dale G. Parent (1994)
"If most absconders remain in the area in which they have resided, then many are likely to be found if probation and parole officers take additional steps to ..."

2. A Narrative of a Visit to the Australian Colonies by James Backhouse (1843)
"absconders.—Aborigines. 3rd mo. 29th. AFTER making a hearty breakfast, we set out to inspect the settlement, which is called Brisbane Town: it consists of ..."

3. Africa from South to North Through Marotseland by Alfred St. Hill Gibbons (1904)
"... River—Inaccuracy of maps — Local natives fight shy of boiler— Wholesale desertion and hot pursuit — absconders overtaken and marched to camp — A lesson ..."

4. Transactions of the Manchester Statistical Society (1862)
"The 13 included 6 absconders, one twice over, 1 boy who had not been under detention, and 2 voluntary inmates of the old Mayes-street School. ..."

5. Correctional Populations in the United States, 1993 by Tracy L. Snell (1996)
"Report early discharges as completed probation. a. Completed probation — Include all probationers who b. Discharged absconders ..."

6. Correctional Populations in the United States, 1995 edited by Barry Leonard (1998)
"absconders are not included in the January 1 count, December 31 count, sex, ... absconders are monitored as a group separate from the regular caseload. ..."

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