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used in The Bourne Identity

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someone who is running away or hiding to avoid arrest or an unpleasant situation
  • Many we employed were runaways or fugitives from the States, a number well-educated, all resourceful.
    Chapter 16 (29% in)
  • PREFACE The New York Times Friday, July 11, 1975 FRONT PAGE DIPLOMATS SAID TO BE LINKED WITH FUGITIVE TERRORIST KNOWN AS CARLOS PARIS, July 10-France expelled three high-ranking Cuban diplomats today in connection with the worldwide search for a man called Carlos, who is believed to be an important link in an international terrorist network.
    Preface (3% in)
  • From that faction of thieves and fugitives?
    Chapter 16 (34% in)
  • Can you imagine the temptation for a man like Cain, operating in the steamy confines of an area rife with drifters and fugitives and regimes up to their necks in corruption?
    Chapter 16 (56% in)
  • We're being forced to grant asylum to a fugitive, to subvert the laws-because if that woman's telling the truth, we've got our ass in a sling!
    Chapter 34 (71% in)

There are no more uses of "fugitive" in The Bourne Identity.

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