How To Pronounce escape

escape

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  • es-cape
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  • IPA(key): /ɪˈskeɪp/, /əˈskeɪp/, /ɛˈskeɪp/
  • Rhymes: -eɪp
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13 Meanings, 25 Sentences and 76 Another words found for escape.

1.{Noun}  the act of escaping physically
2.{Noun}  a means or way of escaping
3.{Noun}  an avoidance of danger or difficulty
4.{Noun}  an inclination to retreat from unpleasant realities through diversion or fantasy
5.{Noun}  nonperformance of something distasteful (as by deceit or trickery) that you are supposed to do
6.{Noun}  a valve in a container in which pressure can build up (as a steam boiler); it opens automatically when the pressure reaches a dangerous level
7.{Noun}  the unwanted discharge of a fluid from some container
8.{Noun}  a plant originally cultivated but now growing wild
9.{Verb}  issue or leak, as from a small opening
10.{Verb}  fail to experience
11.{Verb}  escape potentially unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden action
12.{Verb}  run away from confinement
13.{Verb}  flee; take to ones heels; cut and run
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 1.When Will Big Ten escape Sec Shadow Of Football Success?
 2.Seventy Ethiopians escape From Saudi Prison
 3.Two Hanged After Forsaking Chance To escape Gallows
 4.63 Women Kidnaped By Boko Haram escape After Sect Suffered Heavy ...
 5.Knight: Fame After escape From Captor Comes With Complications
 6.He Made His escape From The Mental Hospital
 7.The Canary escaped From Its Cage
 8.His Flight Was An Indication Of His Guilt
 9.Hard Work Was His escape From Worry
 10.They Installed A Second Hatch As An escape
 11.Their escape Route
 12.That Was A Narrow escape
 13.Romantic Novels Were Her escape From The Stress Of Daily Life
 14.His Alcohol Problem Was A Form Of Escapism
 15.His Evasion Of His Clear Duty Was Reprehensible
 16.That escape From The Consequences Is Possible But Unattractive
 17.They Tried To Stop The escape Of Gas From The Damaged Pipe
 18.He Had To Clean Up The Leak
 19.Gas escaped Into The Bedroom
 20.Fortunately, I Missed The Hurricane
 21.She Gets Away With Murder!
 22.I Couldn\t Get Out From Under These Responsibilities
 23.The Convicted Murderer escaped From A High Security Prison
 24.If You See This Man, Run!
 25.The Burglars escaped Before The Police Showed Up
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 1.{Noun}  running away
 2.{Verb}  flight
 3.{Noun}  diversion
 4.{Noun}  recreation
 5.{Noun}  discharge
 6.{Noun}  outpouring
 7.{Noun}  safety valve
 8.{Noun}  relief valve
 9.{Noun}  escape valve
 10.{Noun}  escape cock
 11.{Noun}  valve
 12.{Noun}  regulator
 13.{Noun}  negligence
 14.{Noun}  carelessness
 15.{Noun}  neglect
 16.{Noun}  nonperformance
 17.{Noun}  avoidance
 18.{Noun}  turning away
 19.{Noun}  shunning
 20.{Noun}  means
 21.{Noun}  agency
 22.{Noun}  way
 23.{Verb}  break loose
 24.{Verb}  flee
 25.{Verb}  fly
 26.{Verb}  take flight
 27.{Verb}  avoid
 28.{Verb}  get off
 29.{Verb}  get by
 30.{Verb}  elude
 31.{Verb}  perplex
 32.{Verb}  vex
 33.{Verb}  stick
 34.{Verb}  get
 35.{Verb}  puzzle
 36.{Verb}  mystify
 37.{Verb}  baffle
 38.{Verb}  beat
 39.{Verb}  pose
 40.{Verb}  bewilder
 41.{Verb}  flummox
 42.{Verb}  stupefy
 43.{Verb}  nonplus
 44.{Verb}  gravel
 45.{Verb}  amaze
 46.{Verb}  dumbfound
 47.{Verb}  issue
 48.{Verb}  emerge
 49.{Verb}  263
 50.{Verb}  escapism
 51.{Verb}  evasion
 52.{Verb}  dodging
 53.{Verb}  leak
 54.{Verb}  leakage
 55.{Verb}  outflow
 56.{Verb}  miss
 57.{Verb}  get away
 58.{Verb}  run
 59.{Verb}  safety valve
 60.{Verb}  relief valve
 61.{Verb}  escape valve
 62.{Verb}  escape cock
 63.{Verb}  get off
 64.{Verb}  get by
 65.{Verb}  get out
 66.{Verb}  break loose
 67.{Verb}  scarper
 68.{Verb}  turn tail
 69.{Verb}  lam
 70.{Verb}  run away
 71.{Verb}  hightail it
 72.{Verb}  bunk
 73.{Verb}  head for the hills
 74.{Verb}  take to the woods
 75.{Verb}  fly the coop
 76.{Verb}  break away
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