Examples of escapism in a Sentence
Reading romantic novels is for her a form of escapism.
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Facts upended our fictions; transgressions sullied our escapism.
Just your average escapism from current headlines, obviously.
For the average sports fan looking for escapism, however, not so much.
For the finale, Grisham serves up a pitch-perfect cocktail of escapism and derring-do that will leave readers (apologies) crowing for more.
Like societies around the world, football is both a mode of escapism and a means to escape poverty.
The 1990s wasn’t only about supermodels, slips, and grunge; as Y2K approached, designers took stock and bid farewell to the century that was filled with revivalist fashion and escapism.
Not even close: Notes of copper, cedar, sandalwood, iris, coconut musk, and amber come together for an uplifting, colorful cologne that evokes warmth and escapism.
Despite host Stephen Colbert’s opening song which touted the benefits of TV escapism, Emmy voters were determined to reward shows that took a more unflinching look at the damage a Trump administration might cause.
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