Examples of escapism in a Sentence
Reading romantic novels is for her a form of escapism.
Recent Examples of escapism from the Web
An attack in Las Vegas, America’s escapism capital, puts that whiplash in a new, stark context.
The series, which never took itself too seriously, was sturdy escapism that built a devoted fan base.
The result was not escapism (even if Mr. Van Noten did use the word, that is one service clothes can’t provide — Ibiza, maybe).
The notion that decent, well-meaning folks are keeping vigil on Trump from inside the palace walls is a form of escapism, like alcohol or James Bond movies.
This shift in thinking can set the stage for a feeling of escapism.
In a world touched by so much violence and strife, are her musings about land and sea and sky merely an indulgence of escapism?
And this Love Boat–loving dude tells you that there’s just something soothing about that kind of tenacity, that level of stick-to-it-ive escapism, that amazing ability to suspend your disbelief indefinitely.
Suitable for curious people of all ages, The Zoomable Universe is escapism done right.
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