escapee

[ UK /ɛskˈæpiː/ ]
[ US /ɪˌskeɪˈpi/ ]
NOUN
  1. someone who escapes
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How To Use escapee In A Sentence

  • Of course, the baglike covering intended to serve a seriously injured escapee using the LB, one whose hurt body could not be suited up if the emergency landing had been made on a planet with a hostile atmosphere and it was necessary to leave the boat. Uncharted Stars
  • Some escapees have found it exceedingly easy to walk away from prison and return to society.
  • They would be trying to spot and capture the escapee, who was jailed after smashing his way into a woman's home as she lay in bed.
  • He had a haunted look in his eyes like that of a mental hospital escapee.
  • He said that during follow-up operations 40 of the escapees were recaptured within a few kilometres of the prison.
  • The escapees, who were apparently being guarded by three prison warders while the others fought the fire, overpowered them and fled into the surrounding rural areas.
  • The escapees are often both radical and conservative, each a fitting response to being off the moorings, with only your trusty radiotelegraph to find your way back to port. I Have a Code
  • Guy Ritchie updated the film by recasting the 1960s blaggers as escapees from a GQ photo-shoot and remoulding the caper to involve a shotgun and an ex-Wimbledon stopper.
  • He is an escapee from a prison in Venezuela, where he was incarcerated for blowing up an Air Cubana passenger plane in 1976, killing 73.
  • I figure they want to return the escapee to the prison.
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