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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of vamoose.


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  • The more the cheerleaders saw of Captain Haircut, the more the bloom vamoosed the rose.

    Will Durst: Prom Queen Anguish

  • Since the banks fell, some international businesses, like McDonald's, closed up shop and vamoosed, leaving opportunities for new businesses to open.

    Liza Weisstuch: Reykjavik: Still Scandinavia's Coolest Hot Spot

  • S'posed to be takin 'me honeymoonin' in Washin'ton - oh, don 'fret, honey, he's long gone ... vamoosed on that train aftuh the shootin', pale's a ghost, the dirty dawg!


  • March 3, 2008 at 6:15 am i fink dey buyed dere tyes at the tybooteek. prolly at the buy wun get elelbentee tree free day after leapday sale wich has been extended to dee next leap day. oar until awl does guglee tyes are vamoosed.

    HI, I IZ CAPTION - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • A few links got vamoosed as well, but it's not because I don't love you -- it's because you don't update frequently enough.


  • After Ms. Balazs arrived at the apartment nearby, the roommate promptly vamoosed.

    Countdown to Bliss

  • The fact that CheneyBush have nearly a full two years to go until the next president is inaugurated (unless they're impeached and removed before that) is creating political frustration and tension in the body politic: If truth be known, a great majority of Americans, Democrat and Republican, would be happy if Bush and Cheney and Rove just resigned now, disappeared, left, vamoosed into the night.

    FBI Lawlessness: "If You Build It, They Will Come"

  • Allegra woke, her headache was gone; the buzz of the pills had vamoosed.

    The Owl and Moon Cafe

  • Not that he hasn't vamoosed before, in previous novels, fleeing from a final reckoning into bad sex, suicidal ideation, hysterical aphasia, transactional analysis, bourbon and mushrooms, the Fantastic Four and Original Sin, "history and remorse and loneliness and madness."

    In the Desert, Prime Time

  • The intervening prospectors scooped up lube cans and poker chips, and vamoosed.

    Analog Science Fiction and Fact


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