Definitions for fugitiveness
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
fu•gi•tiveˈfyu dʒɪ tɪv(n.)
a person who is fleeing from prosecution or intolerable circumstances.
(adj.)having taken flight, or run away:
a fugitive convict.
dealing with subjects of passing interest, as writings; ephemeral:
wandering, roving, or vagabond.
Origin of fugitive:
1350–1400; ME fugitif < OF < L fugitīvus fleeing
The quality of being fugitive; evanescence; volatility.
the quality or condition of being fugitive; evanescence; volatility; fugacity; instability
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