Noun(1) someone who flees from an uncongenial situation(2) someone who is sought by law officers; someone trying to elude justice
Adjective(1) lasting for a markedly brief time
(1) I find the concept to which they refer somewhat fugitive .(2) She found few internal records and had to piece together most of the story from a variety of fugitive sources.(3) On the morning of February 11, a fugitive wanted online throughout the country was arrested.(4) Still, he was about to apprehend a fugitive who'd eluded the police for eleven years.(5) For me white privilege has turned out to be an elusive and fugitive subject.(6) a fugitive from justice(7) We take a lot of measures to stop fugitive dust blow.(8) A wanted fugitive of the American highways has been holding up traffic in Steeton.(9) Although golf courses aren't the leading cause of fugitive dust, they still are considered a contributor.(10) Readers may be shocked to learn that I am currently harbouring a political fugitive .(11) The successful materialization of these fugitive images is a challenge.(12) She was a Romantic ballerina of fugitive lightness, with a delicacy as much like steel as late.(13) On the morning of February 10, a wanted fugitive surrendered himself to police.(14) Now that she has become a fugitive from justice, the townspeople see an opportunity to exploit her.(15) Targets were established in a variety of ways, and it often reminded me of fugitive work here in the states.(16) The officers watched in amazement as their daring fugitive escaped.
(1) fugitive emissions :: allyriadau sy'n ffoi
3. escapee ::
4. fugitive from justice ::
ffo o gyfiawnder
5. runaway ::
rhedeg i ffwrdd
1. deathless ::
2. endless ::
3. enduring ::
4. eternal ::
5. everlasting ::
6. immortal ::
7. lasting ::
8. permanent ::
9. perpetual ::
10. undying ::
11. unending ::
Different Formsfugitive, fugitives
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I'm not comfortable harboring
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 14
there's a fixed idea,
which is the FUGITIVE runs away.
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 7
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