Loophole

A loophole usually indicates a clever escape from a legal situation.

When I looked “loophole” up in the dictionary I was surprised to find that its commonly used definition is the third listed.

Its first definition actually refers to the narrow openings in the walls of fortifications that were used in times of combat.

Have you ever seen a loophole?

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