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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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Robins praised his team for all escaping successfully and said it is a great exercise to build team spirit ahead of the weekend.
At first, I thought police were pursuing robbers only to learn later they were chasing escaping prisoners," said Mr Luke Owiny.
He added that workers sometimes escaped because of bad treatment or because they had not been paid their salary on time, but "workers should know that escaping is not the solution for them.
WHEN DISCUSSING BREAKOUTS on a BGA, the traditional pattern for the escape routes is what I call North South East West (NSEW), as shown in FIGURE 1, with the traces escaping from the center of the BGA in all four directions on each layer.
They want to hear the story of how he stole that Fochwolf 190 fighter plane from the German airfield at the end of World War II after escaping from the Stalag Luft 1 POW camp, flying to freedom in Holland after 16 months in captivity.
News stories include detailed information, usually provided by correctional authorities at the time of the incident, about the dates and times of escapes, the number of inmates involved, escapee background, the means employed in escaping, whether anyone was injured in the course of the escape, behavior of staff during the incident, how soon escapees were captured, and other salient, qualitative information.
Patrick McCormick wonders whether there's any escaping this American obsession.
In all four there is a notion of escaping to new space or clearing new space.
The new Escape-IT(TM) personal fire escape kit provides users with critical items to aid them in escaping and surviving fire emergencies in a compact kit that fits almost anywhere.
Escaping the neighbors - Forty percent said their neighbors were the ones they most wanted to get away from, the boss, 34 percent and immediate family members, 32 percent.