from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The state or condition of a fugitive.


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  • It surprised him to find how naturally he fell back into his old habit of discussing things with himself, and how completely and calmly he accepted the fact that his home-coming had been but a brief and wonderful interlude to his fugitivism.

    The River's End

  • In the second year of his fugitivism he had lost his watch.

    The River's End

  • In the second place, there were those who chose fugitivism as a permanent mode of life.


  • The change in the position of the peasantry, together with the hardships and oppression by which it was accompanied, naturally increased fugitivism and vagrancy.



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