escape hatch

NOUN
  1. hatchway that provides a means of escape in an emergency
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How To Use escape hatch In A Sentence

  • The most important thing in an argument, next to being right, is to leave an escape hatch for your opponent, so that he can gracefully swing over to your side without too much apparent loss of face. Sydney J. Harris 
  • That's when someone opened the escape hatch on top of the aircraft in the cockpit, he said.
  • The most important thing in an argument, next to being right, is to leave an escape hatch for your opponent, so that he can gracefully swing over to your side without too much apparent loss of face. Sydney J. Harris 
  • Additionally an escape hatch in the forward and after compartments of the pressure hull were fitted, an innovation which saved many lives during the war.
  • The most important thing in an argument, next to being right, is to leave an escape hatch for your opponent, so that he can gracefully swing over to your side without too much apparent loss of face. Sydney J. Harris 
  • Via Warren Ellis, uma ideia fascinante: A kind of flying Hawaii, or anti-gravitational Micronesia, with tanned deck-hands leaping across aerodynamic tailfins to the soundtrack of ceaseless enginery, the helicopter archipelago would act as an escape hatch from traditional, nation-state sovereignty. Leituras
  • They've got the same type of arm to clear debris off a downed sub's escape hatch. DESTROY THE KENTUCKY
  • He ordered two ratings to continue calling the gunhouse, opened the escape hatch to the magazine, and then told everyone to abandon it. Graf Spee
  • They got out through the escape hatch.
  • I opened the escape hatch, adjusted his chute for him and placed the ripcord ring firmly in his right hand.
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