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escaped

adjective as in out

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That’s the problem with being locked up at home — you can’t escape.

Most spots outside the Beltway should see temperatures fall into the 20s for several hours, although downtown may escape its first freeze of the fall, at least officially.

When you put your mask on, adjust the noseband accordingly and let your glasses sit over it so their weight further helps prevent air from escaping.

It doesn’t need to have escaped violence altogether, either, Jørgensen says.

To close the gap, this cheetah tripped its quarry as it attempted to escape, proving that sometimes, strategy is just as important as speed.

He then escaped from his detention and arrived on Tverskaya Avenue to join his supporters.

Shin eventually escaped North Korean captivity while in Vienna.

Fourteen years this woman had spent with Rigondeaux before he escaped.

Linsker initially escaped after the clash on the bridge but was arrested a short time later.

Patrick, who is openly gay and escaped the church with Fenner, is coming to their defense.

The fight lasted two days, and only two men out of the five hundred escaped with their lives.

The vessel escaped miraculously, with sails torn by shots from three Dutch vessels, which they took for one of their own.

The result was that some 40 rebels were killed, others taken prisoners, and the remainder escaped into the planted fields.

Tom—I felt out of myself in a way—as though I'd escaped—into—into quite different conditions——'

Or, if I escaped these dangers for a day or two, what could I expect but a miserable death of cold and hunger?

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On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to escaped, such as: free, liberated, and at large.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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