Skedaddle

to run away hurriedly; flee.

Action Verb: A verb telling you what someone or something is doing like if someone were to skip, run, speak, or even talk.
Linking Verb: A equating verb such as 'be' or 'become' that links the subject with the complement of the sentence.

Sentences:

1. It was currently 7:02 and my bus arrives at 7:05. I looked to the door as my mom was talking to me and said "sorry mom, but I got to skedaddle or I'll be late!"
2. My plane was going to land any moment now so I had to skedaddle.
3. I went straight to my locker as the bell rang and as I looked to the clock I realized in no way would I make it to my class in time. I slammed my locker shut and skedaddled as quickly as I could.

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