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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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The military media cell said in a statement today that: "The terrorist organization Daash announced via communication devices that will execute all of escaper from the elements after receiving painful blows from the Iraqi forces.
Seventeen escapers had been in position since 9:30, but nobody was moving through "Harry" yet.
I saw airplanes pouring death over those huddled under the roofs, snipers chasing terrified escapers, and corpses swimming in their blood.
RAF evaders; the comprehensive story of thousands of escapers and their escape lines, Western Europe, 1940-1945.
Audiences will be confronted with a rich assortment of republicans, loyalists, prison officers, chancers, escapers, wives, Smokey Robinson-imitators and hypochondriacs.
So this tunnel could have been any Tom, Dick or Harry dug by the forefathers of those Great Escapers, Hilts, Velinski and Ives for the purpose of .
Chinese authorities, apprehensive about possible instability on the country's borders, have ordered North Korea's escapers to be shot on sight.
This is the story beyond the Hollywood legend: the remorseless hunt throughout Europe for the men who murdered the Great Escapers, in a dark mission of detection and revenge that lasted into the 1960s.
They received help from some of the guards who provided railway timetables, maps, and the official papers required for escapers.
Bruno Treipl was the last living member of a group of seven escapers who fled from British wartime internment in Dehra Dun, Mussoorie, India, and one of the four who reached Tibet.
To reach freedom the most famous escapers of modern times have been willing to pull off the impossible: their adventures and struggles are related in The Greatest Escape Stories Ever Told: a blend of history and drama which presents riveting stores of escape, from battling the Bastille to swimming shark-infested waters to avoid the Japanese during the war.
The ease with which the escapers were supposedly able to dig, undetected and with unerring accuracy, a 44-metre tunnel scarcely 70cm wide, from their basement cell to the women's section of the nearby Al Awqaf mosque (the least frequented section of the building) over two months, left little doubt they had considerable help from PSO personnel, probably at a high level.
The most notable of the escapers were Melville, Coghill and Smith-Dorrien.