fugitive

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fugitive

Changing in color as a result of lack of permanency in a colored pigment or medium when exposed to air, light, etc.
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Someone occupying conceptual, emotional, and/or physical spacetimes alternative to those prescribed by an official culture has moved out of her subjective territory, is expanding her experiential range, possibly disidentifying with her established social role, and is self-referentially acting fugitively.
Whenever public demand is fugitively mentioned it always squelches sacred savings according to the attendants at that unfortunately authoritative conference.
21) He writes of 'a kind of literary practice, a mimesis that hears as well as sees the murmurs of the mind, a difficult music of remembered connotations and selves fugitively united' (p.