Definition of escapable in English:



See escape

  • ‘For the rest of us, it's been an unbearable nightmare escapable only through alcohol and movies.’
  • ‘Heroes must be put into an easily escapable death situation.’
  • ‘The book sensitively depicts internal conflict that silences abuse victims, and shows readers the situation is escapable once the truth is revealed.’
  • ‘This is an incalculably difficult task; after all, if a ghetto were easily escapable, who would choose to live there?’
  • ‘Her goal was to make car trunks escapable.’