evasion is the survival strategy, paranoia makes perfect sense, while rationality comes to look crazy.
The reference—and the evasion—spoke volumes about his condescending attitude toward women.
Like any good suspense novelist, Shields is a master of evasion and sleight-of-hand.
Those, like Corder, who claim to have spoken to an operator, said they have been met with evasion.
Why all this double talk and evasion about a hugely enjoyable foray into genre fiction?
"No, not yet," said Kellett, while his cheek flushed at the evasion he was practising.
"Certainly, madam," said the man, who felt the question too direct for evasion.
England looked upon this as an evasion of the recognized public law that property of belligerents was good prize.
And the poor lady is abashed at the transparence of her evasion.
Again and again did he turn over in his mind a thousand projects by which to aid in the evasion of the prisoner.