Verb(1) run away secretly with one's beloved
(1) As Elizabeth Linley, before she eloped with Sheridan around 1773, the sitter was a professional singer and member of a celebrated musical family in Bath.(2) Written in 1909 from his father's Dublin house during the couple's first separation since their elopement , the content is remarkable given Joyce's known distaste for spoken obscenity.(3) While genuine elopements are now rare, the local registry office, which charges Ôö¼├║148 for a marriage licence, now injects around Ôö¼├║500,000 a year into the local economy.(4) She remembered the solitary week his clinic had lasted before he had eloped with the superintendent's wife.(5) The Bertram sisters' elopements are the result of the flirtations that occur during rehearsals for amateur theatricals at Mansfield Park.(6) So she eloped with a guy with bad anger management problems so they could start a new life├ö├ç┬¬ with no money, no plan, and absolutely nowhere to go.(7) Never particularly happy in his home life, at the age of 19 Shelley eloped with his first love, Harriet Grove, who bore him a daughter two years later.(8) It began with a trickle of English elopers sneaking across the Border to get married at Gretna.(9) Today she was complaining about her grand-daughter who had eloped with the washer-man.(10) I'm beginning to understand some of what my mother must have gone through after I eloped with Rolf.(11) Hogarth, his sometime pupil, eloped with his daughter in 1729.(12) One long sequence in which she tells Charles the story of how she eloped with her husband, and the consequences that ensued, is a minor tour de force of sustained emotional expression.(13) She eloped with a Greek, so we're going to Greece to meet the in-laws.(14) After being expelled from various convent schools and working briefly as a model, she eloped with an aspiring poet when she was 18.(15) Indeed, before 1849, steamers crossing the channel often contained young Irish elopers who made the 21 mile journey in order to be married in Portpatrick's 17th century church.(16) Count Baldwin I of Flanders eloped with Judith, daughter of King Charles the Bald of the west Franks, who was by the age of 16 the widow of two kings of Wessex.
(1) to elope :: 駆け落ちします
Different Formselope, eloped, elopement, elopements, elopes, eloping
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