escapee

[ih-skey-pee, es-key-]
noun
a person who escapes, especially from a prison or other place of detention.

Origin:
1860–65; escape + -ee

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escapee (ɪˌskeɪˈpiː)
 
n
a person who has escaped, esp an escaped prisoner

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The escapee must always return, mentally or physically, if not both.
These matches often produced different addresses for the defendant, including a new location for a federal escapee.
Registered users will now know exactly who escape, including a description of the escapee and their charges.
The odds that a high-profile prison escapee will make it to one month are minuscule.
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