- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of hightail.
“Caroline hightails it out of the garage and Elena goes after her.”
“Eventually, hightails it to Europe -- following in James Baldwin's and Josephine Baker's footsteps -- to explore the world.”
“Elizabeth hightails it into the French countryside, but encounters more people with the same pus-filled sores that try to attack her and anyone else who remains unaffected.”
“The thief throws his flashlight at the man and hightails it, getting his bicycle from hiding and fleeing the scene.”
“With the advent of online travel agencies like Expedia and Priceline, whenever there's a dip in the hospitality economy, the traveling world (a shrinking marketplace since travel is a discretionary expenditure in a recession) hightails it to their laptop to see which hotel chain will offer the closest thing to free.”
“Hopefully, he hightails it out of here after he tastes a couple of zingers.”
“Maybe I forget my turn signal, because someone honks, and maybe I swerve just a little, because the spongy yellow upright rectangle hightails it into the restaurant bushes.”
“The day after her marriage, with the consent of her husband, Emily hightails it over to her sister Caroline's house, for a reconciliation.”
“After we hang up I get in touch with my Roomie who is closer than the mister and she hightails it over to cab me to my birthplace.”
“The idea would be the same: brilliant Jewish boy flees his mother and hightails it for India or China or Japan.”
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