- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of flee.
“But this Woman flees from the threatening Satanic Dragon, unlike Eve who fatally lingered when the Serpent spoke.”
“After his father is killed when he is a boy, and, as the heir apparent, he dishonors his mother by not protecting and defending her from his uncle Gorm who rapes her and takes control of the people and holdings, Sven flees from the north lands.”
“El-Soo flees, is picked up by Akoon, and the two make their way up the Porcupine River, and on foot across the Rockies to the Mackenzie River country where they fall in with a band of Mackenzie Indians.”
“The spirit takes over Chagum again who flees from the lake towards the forest.”
“Once the charges come back to implicate Alex, the film about a grieving husband turns into a chase (The Fugitive?), in which the doctor flees from the cops in sections of Paris that you probably won't recognize.”
“Chen flees from the 1945 Japanese invasion of Hong Kong, makes a fortune as a headmaster of an English school in Saigon and loses it as a gambler during the”
“If prosperity shines from your houses, I shall shine with precious stones; if want flees from the land, my feet will be clothed in golden shoes embroidered with pearls. ”
“This child she accidentally injures, and flees from the chief's wrath.”
“In despair she flees from the paternal home and goes to seek succour at the church on the site of the pilgrimage of the Three Saint Marys on the island of”
“If the sinner flees from the iron weapon, yet the bow of steel shall strike him through, Job xx.”
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