gho·sted (verb, intransitive)
Similar to bail
, or escape
1) To show up or make an appearance, but then leave suddenly and/or hastily without notice.
Similar to a 'flake,' but differs in that the person almost follows though only to ditch/bail shortly after. Generally associated with unreliable persons.
2) To leave hastily, generally without notice.
"Sorry I ghosted on you last night. I just didn't feel like being sociable."
"Dude, what happened to you yesterday? You totally ghosted out."