Escapism [noun]

Definition of Escapism:

eluding; preventing

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Sentence/Example of Escapism:

We're no strangers to video games as escapism during the pandemic, especially the games that bring friends together online with simple-yet-deep gameplay.

Bridgerton initially drew mostly rave reviews from critics who praised the show’s “feminist undertones,” marathon-ability, and “frothy, silly escapism.”

Everybody needs some escapism right now, and that’s the business we’re in.

The designs range from classic problem solving and collaborative tasks — like space-survival mission Project Artemis — to pure fun escapism.

Outside editors leaned into escapism this month, spending our weekends consuming culture that transported us from faraway planets to the beaches of Oahu.

If "escapism" be a need of man, cramped in his narrow personality, can any escape compare with the majesty of omnipresence?

They are escapism embodied, a dreamland, a scape of fantasy, the vale of telenovellas.

"They're still a far cry from reality, or even the usual escapism," said the banker.