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fugitive
used in The Age of Innocence

4 uses
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Definition
someone who is running away or hiding to avoid arrest or an unpleasant situation
  • As he spoke he took a swift glance about the conservatory, assured himself of their momentary privacy, and catching her to him laid a fugitive pressure on her lips.
    Chapter 3 (82% in)
  • It was the only time that he had kissed her on the lips except for their fugitive embrace in the Beaufort conservatory, and he saw that she was disturbed, and shaken out of her cool boyish composure.
    Chapter 16 (13% in)
  • Her paleness turned to a fugitive flush.
    Chapter 24 (44% in)
  • She lowered her eyes under his unseeing stare, and another fugitive flush passed over her face.
    Chapter 32 (82% in)

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