In practice. Eloigned; carried away to a distance. The old form of thereturn made by a sheriff to a writ of replevin, stating that the goods or beasts had beeneloigned; that is, carried to a distance, to places to him unknown. 3 Bl. Comm. 148; 3Steph. Comm. 522; Fitzh. Xat. Brev. 73, 74 ; Archb. N. Pract. 552.