lammed lammed


  1. (n) a rapid escape (as by criminals)
  2. (v) flee; take to one's heels; cut and run
  3. (v) give a thrashing to; beat hard


  1. In Amsterdam their cover was blown, their planeload of Czech bazookas, rocket launchers and hand grenades was impounded, and Maria and Dave lammed out just ahead of the cops.
  2. After spending only two days of a scheduled four in Moscow, bodkin-tongued Comic Mort Sahl packed up and lammed for Denmark, scared and indignant.
  3. In '81, when the Brasco mole surfaced and indictments fluttered like ticker tape around the Bonanno family, Massino lammed it to the Pocono Mountains.
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