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evade
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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
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as in: evade the enemy Define
physically avoid or get away from; or: said of something that is hard to obtain
  • ...if the evasion worked all right and he managed to...
  • When a prisoner of style escapes it’s called an evasion.

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  • ...we’ll all evade together.
  • Don’t stop now; don’t fool around here, and the evasion booming along so handsome; man the sweeps, and set her loose!
  • The first time I catched Tom private I asked him what was his idea, time of the evasion?

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  • The robber evaded the police and blended into the crowd.
  • This difficult idea seems to evade her

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as in: evade the enemy Define
physically avoid or get away from; or: said of something that is hard to obtain
as in: evade the question Define
to avoid or try to avoid either a responsibility or telling the whole truth
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