Tikibu: pronunciation dictionary with use examples

Word: fugitives
IPA transcription: [fj'udʒɪtɪvz]
Usage examples
  • How were they to know which of the three roads the fugitives had taken?
  • Blakeney was gone, obviously to try and join the fugitives at the Pere Blanchard's hut.
  • But the dragon made no reply to the horse's words, but sprang on his back and set off in chase of the fugitives.
  • The rear-guard overtakes the fugitives and cuts off their retreat; and smack after smack is heard after their charge.
  • Suspecting their design, Gaunt sent Kit Carson and another man in pursuit of the fugitives, who had one day the start.
  • So the dragon ate till it was past mid-day, and when he could eat no more he mounted his horse and set out after the fugitives.
  • But the dread of Slavery was strong in the minds of these fugitives, and they very fully realized their folly in stopping in New Jersey.
  • During the interview, a full interchange of thought resulted, the fugitives were well cared for, and in due time both were forwarded on, free of cost.
  • Unmarried men are best friends, best masters, best servants; but not always best subjects; for they are light to run away; and almost all fugitives, are of that condition.
  • The years will pass like a whirlwind--while we go dashing this way and that, and in a surprisingly short time our willing and unwilling fugitives will have lived out their lives.