Abscondence - definition of abscondence by The Free Dictionary
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literary secret concealment or seclusion, or the action of absconding
References in classic literature
So listening to the warnings of his friends, he fled into hiding somewhere in the city of London, "a place of retirement and abscondence
Syed Mohammad Tayyab Advocate further stated that the main accused is already on bail and that there is no apprehension of abscondence
The counsel said that there was no apprehension of the abscondence
of his petitioner or tampering with the prosecution evidence.