\Es*cape"\, v. i.
1. to free
oneself from physical confinement.
2. To flee,
and become secure from danger
thy life escape, nor look behind?? --Keble.
3. To get
clear from danger or evil of any form; to be passed without harm.
. . . would have been thought fortunate, if they escaped with life. --Macaulay.
4. To get
free from that which confines or holds; -- used of persons or things; as,
to escape from prison, from arrest, or from slavery; gas escapes from the
pipes; electricity escapes from its conductors.
To escape out
of these meshes. --Thackeray.
One, such as
a painter or sculptor, who is able by virtue of imagination and talent
to create works of aesthetic value, especially in the fine arts.
as an actor or a singer, especially one who works in the performing arts.
A person whose
creative work shows sensitivity and imagination.
speed by which an object can become free from the field of gravity of a
planet, star, or the like.
One who can
free themselves from any form of confinement.