skedaddler

skedaddler

(skɪˈdædlə)
n
someone who skedaddles
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It was day three and the first and only time our Australian leader used the word skedaddle to marshal his troops, but we were all there as skedaddlers, having signed up for the Guilin and Guangxi cycling holiday with the delightfully named Saddle Skedaddle, based in Newcastle upon Tyne.
He had to round up drunks, skedaddlers, looters, stragglers, and other unsavory men who were supposed to be in line against the enemy.