Indulging in or characterized by escapism.(adjective)
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Use "escapist" in a sentence
"I use the term escapist advisedly, since it doesn't do justice to the past, any more than it hints at what present-day moviegoers might come to embrace."
"I have heard it suggested that in "escapist" or "speculative" fiction that history doesn't matter -- you're writing wacky crap anyway."
"What makes the Jack Flash sequences arguably escapist is not just their gaucheness but the vicarious thrill of his anti-establishment rebellion."