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Synonyms for escaped

fleeing or having fled, as from home, confinement, captivity, or justice

Synonyms for escaped

having escaped, especially from confinement

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Then came the messengers from M'ganwazam, but scarce had they told their story and Rokoff was preparing to depart with them for their village when other runners, panting from the exertions of their swift flight through the jungle, rushed breathless into the firelight, crying that the great white giant had escaped from M'ganwazam and was already on his way to wreak vengeance against his enemies.
The terror-stricken Muscovite scurried like a hunted rabbit through the hole that still gaped in the boma's wall at the point where his own prey had escaped, and as Tarzan approached the camp upon the opposite side Rokoff disappeared into the jungle in the wake of Jane Clayton.
Jane Clayton knew nothing of the various misfortunes that had befallen the Russian since she had escaped from his tent, so she believed that his followers must be close at hand.
Not that Rokoff would have felt the slightest compunction in ignoring any promises he might have made the girl, but he disliked the idea of having to sue for favour with one who had so recently assaulted and escaped him.
The team that took on Dr Wilson's Office, which included the match-winner against Stoke City Jack Grimmer, escaped with 14 minutes on the clock.
The team that took on Dr Wilson's Office, which included third round hero Jack Grimmer, escaped with 14 minutes on the clock, while the group in the Time Machine experience, led by captain Michael Doyle, didn't require a clue until the final stages to escape.
By ELISHA OTIENObrA prisoner convicted of robbery with violence has escaped from the Migori Prison.
A construction worker who was kidnapped in Sulu escaped from his abductors on Sunday night.
However, Hill never escaped the island, as he was discovered Thursday by security guards.
Authorities have warned that the escaped inmates, some of them still awaiting trial, pose a serious threat to the safety of the area.
Anslow was being transported from HMP Hewell, near Bromsgrove, when he escaped from the van in January 2012.
Kitas escaped from a private clinic, after being treated there for six months with gastric reflux.
Economists estimate that Saudi Arabia loses SR38 million annually on escaped workers.
1 : to get away : get free or clear <Everyone escaped from the burning building.
In FIGURE 4, the connections in the center of the BGA were escaped in the direction of the netline.