What is another word for evader?

130 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ ɪvˈe͡ɪdə], [ ɪvˈe‍ɪdə], [ ɪ_v_ˈeɪ_d_ə]

Evader represents a person who intentionally avoids or escapes from a situation or responsibility. Synonyms for the term can be used depending upon the context. To express a similar intent, one can use words such as dodger, shirker, fugitive, deserter, absconder, runaway, eluder, and escapist. These synonyms indicate a person who avoids a challenging or difficult situation or escapes from consequences. For example, a tax evader is someone who intentionally avoids paying taxes, and a fugitive is one who escapes from legal proceedings. Adjectives like elusive, slippery, and evasive can also be used to describe someone who avoids confrontation or responsibility.

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    What are the hypernyms for Evader?

    A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

    Usage examples for Evader

    She was not ready to listen to him yet, and, a ready evader of issues, chatted incessantly on the way to the car.
    "Amarilly of Clothes-line Alley"
    Belle K. Maniates
    Every anti-Socialist ought, therefore, to be on his guard, and as soon as he notices the national enemy trying to draw him off on a tangent, he should steadfastly refuse to take up the new line of argumentation, but should compel the evader to stick to the question at issue.
    "The Red Conspiracy"
    Joseph J. Mereto
    Gambling here was no fugitive evader of the law, no crime to be enjoyed in secret, but was an institution legalized and flourishing.
    "Bring Me His Ears"
    Clarence E. Mulford

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