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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishescapeees‧cap‧ee /ˌeskeɪˈpiː, ɪˌskeɪˈpiː/ noun [countable] literary  ESCAPEsomeone who has escaped from somewhere
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escapeeThose included hitting Carbonell, the first escapee to be caught.Maybe, if she was a recent escapee, she had never learned how to fish well.The sixth escapee, Felix Carbonell, never made it to the car and was caught outside the prison.There, escapees from the gritty streets of Brooklyn come to relax amid the pines and mosquitos.These escapees would grow all the faster because their competitors had been pruned.There were one or two escapees from within his group, however.
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