As absurd as it may sound in the wake of such a narrow escape, the really tough political fights still lie ahead.
By which he meant diplomatically to convey that he had had a narrow escape of believing it, at any rate.
“Well, Pat, you have had indeed a narrow escape of your life,” observed Green.
The narrow escape of Grace Thompson from being run over by the big touring car had not shaken Jane's nerve in the least.
His raft was swept over these falls, and he and his men had a narrow escape.
Of course many were for making Gordon a prisoner, and he had, humanly speaking, a narrow escape.
With all speed, I hastened home to tell my parents of my narrow escape.
On the same day they had a narrow escape of being squeezed in the ice.
I had surely had a narrow escape from their bullets, for they had fired at close range.
"I can't blame you for the narrow escape we had," went on the commander.