escapology

noun
es·​cap·​ol·​o·​gy | \i-ˌskā-ˈpä-lə-jē, ˌe-(ˌ)skā-\

Definition of escapology 

: the art or practice of escaping

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escapologist \i-​ˌskā-​ˈpä-​lə-​jist, ˌe-​(ˌ)skā-​ \ noun

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Escapology, an entertainment retailer, plans to open a 7,070-square-foot location, while Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory will take 1,366 square feet. Paul Owers, Sun-Sentinel.com, "60 home sales in six weeks at Dakota in West Delray," 28 Apr. 2017

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First Known Use of escapology

1939, in the meaning defined above

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