emergency exit

  1. a stairway (often on the outside of a building) that permits exit in the case of fire or other emergency
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How To Use emergency exit In A Sentence

  • The emergency exit is at the back of the bus.
  • We have to have a emergency exit sign over the door in case of fire.
  • Do not leave bags lying around which could block the emergency exits.
  • Storage should be away from heavily traveled areas and emergency exits.
  • Then the emergency exits were opened. Times, Sunday Times
  • Meet the trapdoor spiders, famed for their silk-lined burrows complete with emergency exits, hinged trapdoors and careful camouflage.
  • All of the overhead lockers flew open and the red cover on the handle of the emergency exit sprang across the cabin.
  • Have him or her call you back; it is reasonable to feign a reason for an emergency exit if you are ill at ease.
  • My clothes were full of blood as I crawled over bodies to get to an emergency exit. The Sun
  • Please locate the nearest emergency exit.
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