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Rebels pursued them and killed many others, but Buamba evaded them.

Two gunmen pulled off a daylight heist in the Diamond District and evaded every single cop.

Damage was minor, Mooney evaded injury, and was able to safely make it to the Caribbean and closer to his final destination.

“Walking away” is the key phrase; she knew she had slinked away with something that almost evaded her, and it felt good.

These sites have evaded justice because there are simply no laws modern enough to control them.

This woman, who was a sort of Jacques Collin in petticoats, evaded the police, thanks to her disguises.

West Virginia originally evaded such a conference but, later, appointed a commission to represent the state.

Jacques Cambremer evaded justice only by reason of the fact that his father gagged him and cast him into the sea.

He evaded the drawing-room door and led the way into his library; and she knew that he meant to have the last hour with her alone.

The attendance on the two courses of dissection could be evaded, and this was frequently done.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to evaded, such as: decayed, deserted, ignored, overlooked, spurned, and undervalued.

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