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decamp (verb), decamps; decamped; decamping
1. To depart or to leave suddenly and secretly: The army unit packed up their tents and equipment, and decamped from the area before dawn and moved on to their next destination before anyone in that location was aware of it.
2. To relocate from a place without prior notice: In order to avoid paying a higher rent for their apartment, Manfred and Jane decided to decamp one weekend to a less expensive place to live.
To go away suddenly and secretly.
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