- n. Plural form of escapee.
“They were escapees from the Brocklehurst's collection at Swythamley, just above the Dane Valley, and inevitable neglect during the last war allowed these once confined creatures to spread far and wide.”
“I liked it particularly the Death Blossom, but the villains all looked like escapees from a hair replacement ad.”
“Atlantic pirate ships were staffed with escapees from the horrible British Navy.”
“They may be descendants of escapees from a local captive breeding program.”
“Rationality is a dead giveaway for escapees from the Cult of Republicanism.”
“Do we have a "gringo culture", or are we a bunch of widely diverse escapees from the U.S. culture?”
“Now this city has become a conservatory of audacity, a museum of successful liberations, a tomb for 300,000 activists, escapees from the merry apocalypse of the sixties — the proof, too, that perhaps the time has come in America to choose between reality and commemoration, between living and surviving.”
“Seven escapees from the Burmese dictatorship have been dumped on the isle of Nauru.”
“Commonplace Lincoln Navigators appear around corners like escapees from a 1950's Japanese monster flick.”
“And you walk around this place and i-- everyone looks like they're escapees from the Norwegian Olympic team or something.”
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