[ US /ˈɛɡzɪt, ˈɛksət/ ]
[ UK /ˈɛɡzɪt/ ]
  1. an opening that permits escape or release
    the canyon had only one issue
    he blocked the way out
  2. euphemistic expressions for death
    thousands mourned his passing
  3. the act of going out
  1. lose the lead
  2. move out of or depart from
    leave the room
    the fugitive has left the country
  3. pass from physical life and lose all bodily attributes and functions necessary to sustain life
    The children perished in the fire
    She died from cancer
    The old guy kicked the bucket at the age of 102
    The patient went peacefully
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How To Use exit In A Sentence

  • There is no doubt that unnecessary complexity can stifle growth. Times, Sunday Times
  • Given the complexities and plural nature of urban development other agencies must be closely involved.
  • He did in these extremities, as I conceive, most humbly recommend the direction of his judicial proceedings to the upright judge of judges, God Almighty; did submit himself to the conduct and guideship of the blessed Spirit in the hazard and perplexity of the definitive sentence, and, by this aleatory lot, did as it were implore and explore the divine decree of his goodwill and pleasure, instead of that which we call the final judgment of a court. Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • What seems obvious though is the complexity of the process by which the banks will actually merge. Times, Sunday Times
  • She gets signed up for Amateur Night as a sentimental soprano soloist, is propelled on stage, moves her lips as the crowd makes noise, sways her body as if actually singing, then exits. “. . .all his race rose up before him in a mighty phantasmagoria. . .”
  • Getting involved in European companies is likely to bring a complexity of personnel management that will blow their minds," Graeme Maxton, a Europe-based independent auto industry analyst, told the news service, noting Chinese companies 'poor track record of managing their businesses. DealBook
  • The place has its own state-of-the-art winery, its own cooperage to ensure flavour and complexity, its own chef to educate consumers on the perfect blend of food and wine. It's all part of a worldwide trend.
  • The feelgood factor, a staple of Hollywood, is binned in favour of emotional truth and the complexities of human nature.
  • Any book that is written for the public, as this one is, needs to bring across that maturity and complexity of thinking in such a way that it is digestible by nonspecialists, without trivializing the subject.
  • But I had not understood the full complexity and intricacy of the interpretive process.
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