from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. Slang To leave hurriedly.
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- v. To run away, to flee.
- v. To hurry.
- v. To be expelled
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- v. To depart quickly; to depart from.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. leave suddenly
Police are appealing for witnesses to a "vamoose" burglary in which a car was stolen from
Ragefully, she tells the guests to scat, get lost, vamoose, just scram!
In the fury of the last violent eruption, Rob received his own internal signal to vamoose.
"I've kind of lost my way in this here shebang, and if you'll kindly show me the door I'll cause no trouble and sure vamoose."
A Jets P.R. man told Revis to vamoose when Francesa kept badgering Revis about a no-call on his 100-yard interception return against Miami.
The senate bill will not die in the house until ... vamoose
Considering this was discovered last Friday morning vamoose
In denial, as in the first of the 5 stages of grief vamoose
At least 100 Dem representatives will cringe at this statement vamoose
He says he wants to get out, "I've kind of lost my way in this here shebang, and if you'll kindly show me the door I'll cause no trouble and sure vamoose."