Examples of escapism in a Sentence
Reading romantic novels is for her a form of escapism.
Recent Examples of escapism from the Web
As for what Waters might say to someone who's looking for escapism rather than politics at a rock concert, the musician didn't mince his words.
Most woke: At a festival largely offering escapism, Chicago soul singer Jamila Woods performed two angry, ultimately empowering, anthems for the Black Lives Matter era.
Her pitch to the mood of kids was perfect: glitter escapism against the gloom.
What’s sex if not a little bit of escapism or voyeurism — or both?
Director Marc Bruni assembles all the ingredients for a hopelessly romantic evening of musical theater escapism: a gamine ingenue, an infectious score, even a vintage Vespa on stage.
And the undefined areas of the translation are what make Twin Peaks, both versions, works of art as opposed to mere escapism.
Some of the escapism in those difficult situations comes down to the fact that Miley's misses are good ones, catcher Welington Castillo said.
There’s also plenty of escapism to go around, as T.H.R. notes that Fox is keen on paranormal comedy Ghosted, as well as an untitled Marvel drama.
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First Known Use of escapism
ESCAPISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of escapism for English Language Learners
: an activity or form of entertainment that allows people to forget about the real problems of life
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