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- v. Alternative form of vamoose.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To vamoose; -- an older spelling and pronunciation variant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To be off; be gone; decamp from.
"It is the judgment of this court that you vamose the camp ... in the customary way, sir, in the customary way."
When the cackle of females strikes my ear, I jest vamose, for they make me skeered,
_ -- Wal, I mout as wal vamose, 's long as I've hove in my rations.
Go to the doorkeeper and get your money, and cut your stick -- vamose the ranch!
To vamose (from the Spanish vamos, let us go), came in at the same time.
"IT is the judgment of this court that you vamose the camp ... in the customary way, sir, in the customary way."
The boys weren't over-keen about staying with the herd and they can vamose.
If we quarrel with them, we have to vamose; if we fight, we are wiped out.
Now if you're just havin 'a little fun with me, Shark, put your gun up, and we'll get on Bolivar and vamose.
One afternoon I ordered Atasca to vamose, and got up and dressed carefully.
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