Definition of absconsion in English:

absconsion

noun

  • Flight, disappearance, or escape, especially from custody; an instance of this.

Origin

Mid 17th century (in an earlier sense). Partly from post-classical Latin absconsion-, absconsio refuge (Vulgate), act of concealing, act of concealing oneself, and partly from its elements classical Latin abscons-, alternative past participial stem of abscondere abscond + -ion.

Pronunciation:

absconsion

/əbˈskɒnʃn//abˈskɒnʃn/