evasion

[ ih-vey-zhuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF evasion

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EVASION

There is not a subterfuge or an evasion or a small mean deceit in her soul.

Mrs. Barnes' answer was evasive and Georgie noticed the evasion.

But your evasion gives me the answer that I lack—that and his lordship's face.

"No, not yet," said Kellett, while his cheek flushed at the evasion he was practising.

"Certainly, madam," said the man, who felt the question too direct for evasion.

And the poor lady is abashed at the transparence of her evasion.

Mre scented his evasion, and she would never tolerate evasions.

I was not going to let the Bishop off on this evasion, so I wrote to him myself.

Juno thought the evasion intentional and looked at her rather sharply.

She knew nothing of evasion; as her heart, so her lips spoke.

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