ESCAPE - Contest is now Open | SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY !
Gear up Deviants !
Break free from confinement or control- two burglars have just escaped from prison - escaped convicts
Elude or get free from (someone)- he drove along I-84 to escape the police
Succeed in avoiding or eluding something dangerous, unpleasant, or undesirable- the driver escaped with a broken knee - a baby boy narrowly escaped death
Fail to be noticed or remembered by (someone)- the name escaped him - it may have escaped your notice, but this is not a hotel
(of a gas, liquid, or heat) Leak from a container
(of words or sounds) Issue involuntarily or inadvertently from (someone or their lips)- a sob esca