scape, 'scape (n.)
escapade, fling, sexual wrongdoing
Luc.747[Lucrece to herself, of daytime] night's scapes doth open lay
WT III.iii.70[Shepherd to himself, of Perdita] Sure, some scape. Though I am not bookish, yet I can read waiting gentlewoman in the scape
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