evaded in English

verb
1
escape or avoid, especially by cleverness or trickery.
friends helped him to evade capture for a time
synonyms: elude avoid dodge escape (from) steer clear of keep at arm's length sidestep lose leave behind shake off give someone the slip
verb

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1. He evaded capture for three days.

2. So far he has evaded capture .

3. The lion evaded the hunter.

4. He evaded capture after the failed coup .

5. Gorbachev evaded this question in his Vladivostok speech.

6. For two weeks they evaded the press.

7. They narrowly evaded a police car which was approaching.

8. The refugees evaded capture by hiding in the forest.

9. 1 They narrowly evaded a police car which was approaching.

10. the amount of the evaded import or export duty;

11. 1 The refugees evaded capture by hiding in the forest.

12. For six years, Harris has evaded capture by federal agents.

13. She had evaded every probing question on that subject.

14. His reputation was blemished by a newspaper article alleging he'd evaded his taxes.

15. Bureaucratically unpopular orders can be evaded in a variety of ways.

16. Said she caught up with Winstone, who evaded capture and also took her gun.

17. He evaded her questions about the war and tried to explain away the atrocities.

18. He evaded about 20 reporters waiting for him outside the detention centre.

19. He evaded being sent back by claiming the upper Gorbitza was the real border.

20. 16) He evaded police by climbing through a window and shinning down a drainpipe.

21. By his own admission, he evaded taxes as a Florida real-estate speculator.

22. She leant forward to kiss him but he evaded her by pretending to sneeze.

23. Eventually, however, he evaded his pursuers by dodging into the high-walled enclosure of the priest’s residence.

24. When the probe agency registered a case against him, he was suspended but evaded arrest.

25. 19 By his own admission,(www.Sentencedict.com) he evaded taxes as a Florida real-estate speculator.

26. Restrictions must not be evaded by indirect advertising for tobacco products that are made up like tobacco products.

27. By shifting blame to their consumers, these industries have deftly evaded financial accountability for unsafe products and irresponsible marketing.

28. He sped to the line for the try after the ball evaded Packman and Northampton were on the edge of defeat.

29. Kamikazes evaded the combat air patrol in the morning and Oakland took two under fire as they passed over the ship.

30. He has managed to instil a discipline that evaded his laxer predecessors, awing the players and the media and banishing the WAGs.

31. On leaving Kendari harbour on 24 January 1942 she evaded the invading Japanese fleet in a rain squall and survived an air attack.

32. 23 He has managed to instil a discipline that evaded his laxer predecessors, awing the players and the media and banishing the WAGs.

33. She's the daughter of night, or at least the goddess Nyx and is still said by some to have evaded the advances of Zeus.

34. 11 We can totally imaged Voltaire's flickering eyes, as same as icy knife with keen edge, yet Voltaire obsequiously evaded the group that occupied powerful position, straight pierced to Rousseau.

35. Fantine had long evaded Tholomyes in the mazes of the hill of the Pantheon, where so many adventurers twine and untwine, but in such a way as constantly to encounter him again.

36. The author insists that, how to construct the exercising system of state ownership is the key and nodus necessary to solve. Therefore, the legislation on right in rem shall not be evaded.

37. Robert's estates were overrun by Balliol, who granted them to David Strathbogie, titular earl of Atholl, but Robert evaded capture and gained protection at Dumbarton Castle where King David was also taking refuge.

38. After Japans defeat in 19 both Tojo and Kishi were found guilty as Class-A war criminals, but Kishi evaded the gallows for reasons unknown—probably his usefulness to a war-ravaged nation.

39. Eto'o beat John Terry to run free from half-way in the 70th minute and, after he had evaded Alex, it was the right boot of Cech that kept his finish out of the net.

40. PARIS – The recent cover of Der Spiegel showing German Chancellor Angela Merkel in front of the Acropolis surrounded by Nazi officers serves an important purpose: it finally poses, in a way that cannot be evaded, the question of Germanophobia in Europe.