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fugitive -- as in : he is a fugitive
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The Da Vinci Code
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  • Sophie felt guilty turning Langdon into a fugitive only to abandon him, but she saw no other option.
  • I’m about to dash out of the Louvre… a fugitive.
  • Sending someone to retrieve us would be considered aiding a fugitive of the French government.
  • Fugitives were predictable the first hour after escape.
  • Usually, fugitives panicked on the street and did something stupid.
  • The French police are tracking two fugitives tonight.
  • In law enforcement, hesitating to arrest a fugitive only occurred when uncertainty had arisen regarding the suspect’s guilt.
  • Vernet could tell the police that the fugitives in question had indeed walked into his bank as reported, but because they were not clients and had no account number, they were turned away.
  • They claim you are transporting fugitives from the law on this plane.
  • Sophie would make Rémy and Silas fugitives of the London police, forcing them into hiding or, better yet, catching them.

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  • She is one of the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives.
  • The fugitive fled to Venezuela.

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