Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of escape.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • His name escapes me, but I think it might have been George Washington Carver.

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  • "Princess Shalalain escapes from a cabal of deadly assassins atop David Bowie." heh.

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  • There's a lovely V.S. Naipaul story--brain fog, the title escapes me now--in which a white couple is driving through an African country during a time of troubles.

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  • I think Gloria Graham hefted an axe in one of her 70s horror movies but the title escapes me at the moment.

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  • Byatt giving us some really grim deflowering scenes in one of her novels the title escapes me.

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  • I remember seeing the full trailer for the first time before watching another film in the cinema the title escapes me now and it really caught my attention.

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  • We will be talking about surprise, surprise The Da Vinci Hoax and that novel—the title escapes me at the moment—written by that high school English teacher from New Hampshire.

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  • Eventually, the Jewish barber without a name escapes with a Jewish laundress named Hannah, leaving Tomania to the mercies of Hynkel and his henchmen.

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  • "Confess," she went on, "that you saw as much, when he came to your estate -- of which the title escapes me -- in North America; that you thought it might be well for him to have a companion, an adviser, with more definite ideas of life; well for him, and possibly -- incidentally, of course -- for the companion?"

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  • One book I read -- the title escapes me -- said pacies were bad because they were replacing breastmilk.

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  • From the verb 'to escape' 3rd person singular 'he, she, it escapes.'

    September 2, 2011