escapee : Definition, Usages, News and More

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i skaypee

  • n  someone who escapes

  • For hundreds of years, humans have relied on the ability of dogs to distinguish scents to track prey, whether in the hunt for food or the search for a prison escapee.
  • The escapee was a 33-year-old cabaret entertainer in an East German city outside Berlin.
  • The escapee may also stumble over wires rigged to trigger flares.
News & Articles


  • Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in all3points (blog)
    For a long time Louis was in the shadow of Ruud, who absorbed all the light,Solskjaer said. "Louis is an escapee from lengthy injury, like me. Now he is bursting out."
  • Lee Kuan Yew in Reuters AlertNet
    It does act as an inhibitor. It does give an extra barrier for any would-be escapee from their system,Lee said.
  • Jimmy Buffett in NewsBusters (blog)
    It's kind of like a jogging suit. I do feel like I should break out into a run down the hallway, but I do like it. And it also has some slight leisure suit tendencies, too. I feel a little bit like an escapee from a late Seventies, early Eighties... Robert Picardo ACED Magazine Aug 8, 2008 34073 43575 escapism People were going, 'What are you going to do about things?' I mean, hell, I can't stick my finger in that hole. Everybody wishes they could," Buffett told the Associated Press on Tuesday. "What I'm best at is two hours of escapism for people...

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