fled, past tense; flees, 3rd person singular present; fled, past participle; fleeing, present participle;
Run away from a place or situation of danger
a man was shot twice as he fled from five masked youths
Run away from (someone or something)
he was forced to flee the country
all remaining doubt that he was a guerilla began to flee my mind
run away quickly; "He threw down his gun and fled"
Flée may refer to the following communes in France: * Flée, Côte-d'Or, in the Côte-d'Or department * Flée, Sarthe, in the Sarthe department * Dampierre-et-Flée, in the Côte-d'Or department * L'Hôtellerie-de-Flée, in the Maine-et-Loire department * La Ferrière-de-Flée, in the Maine-et-Loire ...
Flee is an album by British blues rock musician Jeremy Spencer, who was a member of Fleetwood Mac from 1967-71, and "The Jeremy Spencer Band" (composed of members of the Children of God new religious movement), with particularly strong input from Michael Fogarty. ...
(Fleeing) The "fight-or-flight response", also called the "fight-or-flight-or-freeze response", the "fright, fight or flight response", "hyperarousal" or the "acute stress response", was first described by Walter Cannon in 1929.
Fled is a 1996 action film directed by Kevin Hooks. A remake of the 1958 film The Defiant Ones, the film stars Laurence Fishburne and Stephen Baldwin as a pair of escaped criminals on the run from the police, corrupt officials and the Cuban Mafia.
(Fled (soundtrack)) Fled is the soundtrack to the 1996 action film, Fled. It was released on July 15, 1996 through Rowdy Records and cosisted mainly of hip hop and R&B music. ...
To run away; to escape; To escape from; To disappear quickly; to vanish
(fled) Simple past of flee
(Fled) An undescribed K-PAXian being
(fled) pasado y participio pasado de flee
A Combat Outcome that involves movement to the rear in two stages. In the first stage, the fleeing element recoils one base width. Then the fleeing element turns and moves with its back to the enemy for the remaining flee distance.
Clash with your opponent. If you win, draw a card. If you lose, discard your hand.