get away

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Synonyms for get away

escape potentially unpleasant consequences

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


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Jennifer added: "She gets away with things he'd [Brendan] never get away with."
Politicians get away with making bad decisions, film producers get away with misbehaviour of every kind - although Harvey Weinstein doesn't seem to be getting away with it now.
Six months sitting next to a right moaner telling you how bad their life on earth is, and why they just had to get away is hardly an attractive prospect.
Al-Kinani said in a statement to the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA / There are a lot of laws that are in the interest of citizens and meet their aspirations, still in the House of Representatives and the reason is that the Presidency of the Council began moving toward the laws that have partisan gains and get away from services' laws.
In Aradippou, thieves burgled another residence, managing to get away with a computer, three watches and jewellery worth a total of e1/42,600.