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The answer ELOPE has 833 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of elope in various dictionaries:
verb - run away secretly with one's beloved
To run away with a lover, especially with the intention of getting married.
To run away; abscond.
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Emulate Romeo and Juliet|
|Run to the altar|
|Run to Reno?|
|Run off to the chapel|
|Take the honey and run|
|Skip the usual wedding preparations|
|Take flight to unite?|
|Not tarry to marry|
|Possible Jeopardy Clues|
|Young lovers know it's from a middle English word for "run away"|
|This verb means to sneak off & get married|
|Run off & get married|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|run away secretly in order to get married.|
|run away secretly with one's beloved|
|Run away secretly in order to get married.|
|To run away with a lover, especially with the intention of getting married.|
|To run away abscond.|
|to leave home secretly in order to get married without the permission of your parents:|
|to leave home secretly to get married|
To elope, most literally, means to run away and to not come back to the point of origin. More colloquially, elopement is often used to refer to a marriage conducted in sudden and secretive fashion, usually involving a hurried flight away from one's place of residence together with one's beloved with the intention of getting married.|
* Today the term "elopement" is colloquially used for any marriage performed in haste, with a limited public engagement period or without a public engagement period. Some couples elope because they wish to avoid objections from parents, or religious obligations. In addition, the term elopement is used in psychiatric hospitals to refer to a patient leaving the psychiatric unit without authorization.