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Synonyms for escape

get away

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be forgotten by

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leak out

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Synonyms for escape

to break loose and leave suddenly, as from confinement or from a difficult or threatening situation

to fail to be fixed by the mind, memory, or senses of

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the act or an instance of escaping, as from confinement or difficulty

the act, an instance, or a means of avoiding

freedom from worry, care, or unpleasantness

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an inclination to retreat from unpleasant realities through diversion or fantasy

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nonperformance of something distasteful (as by deceit or trickery) that you are supposed to do

an avoidance of danger or difficulty

a means or way of escaping

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a plant originally cultivated but now growing wild

the discharge of a fluid from some container

a valve in a container in which pressure can build up (as a steam boiler)

fail to experience

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escape potentially unpleasant consequences

remove oneself from a familiar environment, usually for pleasure or diversion

issue or leak, as from a small opening

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governing all cosmovisions, the purpose of which are escapable to men" (126).
See TERRY, supra note 149, at 25 (criticizing the zero-sum nature of the "do no harm" approach to aid); Alex de Waal, The Humanitarians' Tragedy: Escapable and Inescapable Cruelties, 34 DISASTERS S130 (2010) (noting the triage-like quality of humanitarian action).
Having explored the transition in the theory of karma from inescapable to at least potentially escapable on the basis of meeting the Buddha, we now turn to a collection of texts that represent the mature Mahayana outlook.
This example highlights the processes of whitening involved within the discourse of mestizaje, as some view Blackness as an escapable quality, while those unsuccessful or devoid of access to this strategy may view Blackness in more than just simply phenotypic terms.
Although the volume offers an energizing variety of viewpoints on the topic of art and politics, it has an occasional tendency to present political commitment and critical social commentary as an escapable moral obligation for writers.
He suggests this analogy since, as he states, "an axiom can be thoroughly conditional in its binding force without being either escapable or arbitrary.
185) But at the very least all persons are entitled to such "elementary capabilities" as "being able to avoid such deprivations as starvation, undernourishment, escapable morbidity and premature mortality, as well as .
The substantive freedoms include elementary capabilities like being able to avoid such deprivations as starvation, undernourishment, escapable morbidity and premature mortality, as well as the freedoms that are associated with being literate and numerate, enjoying political participation and uncensored speech and so on.
We've tried to look at themes of fate and whether fate is predetermined or escapable, and that led me to the Tchaikovsky symphonies and his obsession with the idea of fate.
Also, since we used inescapable swim stress in the present experiments, it is not known if escapable swim stress would have impacted behavior.
The starting point of the incremental model is the basic relationship of profit in which contribution equals revenue less total variable and escapable costs.
For example, Klein and Seligman (1976) showed that participants exposed to inescapable noise were subsequently slower to escape the noise when it was escapable.
Once it was a 'doom and gloom' magazine, with desperate appeals to write letters to politicians about the latest barely escapable environmental tragedies.
The right to reparations, and particularly that of restitution of dispossessed land, is less escapable by opponents of land reform measures because it appeals to the existence of past entitlements over land, the protection of which is stipulated in legislation in a much more precise way than the principle of redistribution, which has a more political than legal nature.