escape[ ih-skeyp ]SEE DEFINITION OF escape
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ESCAPE
She helped Geta to escape: they have both taken refuge in the Temple of Theseus.
He went back to the farmhouse to tell Paul of his nephew's escape.
He little knew how narrow an escape he had had of losing a third!
The rashness of such a requirement and statement can escape no one.
True, the plant has enemies, like everything else, enemies which it may not escape.
But generally speaking, it does escape them, and lives to finish its task.
This was the first time I ever attempted to escape and gain my freedom.
How could I ever expect to escape to a country where I could be a free man?
I had made several attempts in that time to escape, but did not succeed.
Motherr, this slife is intollerrabble; I will do any thing to escape frrrom it.