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Noun(1) the attribute of being capable of rapid acceleration(2) a rapid escape (as by criminals
(1) Why not organize a girls' getaway or pajama party?.(2) This provides patients with a private getaway and landscaped dining areas.(3) Adding a few tropical plants in containers can give you the fragrance and color of an island getaway in the smallest space.(4) Filipino police have arrested the driver of the getaway vehicle used by the gunmen.(5) It is very much a romantic getaway with more couples holidaying there than families or single people.(6) the thugs made their getaway(7) ‘How nice to meet you,’ Danielle muttered, searching her mind for a quick getaway .(8) Do you yearn for a getaway from the hustle and bustle and put some excitement into your life?(9) The great Bank Holiday getaway started last night with millions caught up in chaos on the road and rail networks.(10) This area used to be a luxurious getaway for dictator's followers, and his holiday home is still there.(11) Although he escaped in a getaway car, he was pursued by police.(12) But there's still no place else quite like this tropical getaway , nestled at the southernmost tip of the continental United States.(13) It's like having a getaway without leaving your own hometown.(14) The men ran off and used a red Ford Fiesta as their getaway vehicle.(15) He wasn't the culprit, but he appeared to be the only person left in the room - whoever it was had made their getaway , and fast.(16) While Shramore Lodge will appeal to those in the market for a hushed getaway , it's probably too far from a city to interest many holiday home-hunters.
1. escape ::
2. lam ::
3. pickup ::
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