skyscraper

skyscraper


    Choose language
    flag-widget
    flag-widget
    flag-widget
    flag-widget
    flag-widget
    flag-widget
    flag-widget
    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "evasion" in a sentence

    evasion example sentences

    evasion


    1. There was no room for evasion in there


    2. Rule 106: It is illegal to attempt to convert wild wolves to Taoism for the purposes of tax evasion


    3. smuggled cigarettes and the evasion tax with which


    4. Interestingly though, due to the prey’s need to constantly develop and improve her skills of alertness and evasion, and the resulting need of the predator to continually develop and improve his skills of detection and capture, they both entered into a kind of escalating “arms race” that led to their joint evolution, mutually benefiting both parties


    5. Proof that that holiest of holies, namely the Clintons, could be just as guilty as you and I of fraud, tax evasion, etc


    6. he visited with the other inmates, people convicted of tax evasion, fraudulent accounting, and similar activities


    7. But how do you prove the difference between a rash business decisions and a reckless one? What generally happens is the Government hammer them with tax evasion and other laws but that does not assist you to get your money back


    8. To be found transporting many times that could lead to serious laundering charges, tax evasion and possible exposure of its source


    9. He swung from side to side in basic evasion mode


    10. “What? What do you mean?” said the kid, but it was evasion
























































    Show more examples

    Synonyms for "evasion"

    evasion dodging escape nonpayment equivocation deceit prevarication lie quibbling

    "evasion" definitions

    a statement that is not literally false but that cleverly avoids an unpleasant truth


    the deliberate act of failing to pay money


    nonperformance of something distasteful (as by deceit or trickery) that you are supposed to do


    the act of physically escaping from something (an opponent or a pursuer or an unpleasant situation) by some adroit maneuver