egress

Part of speech: noun

A going out; place of exit. egression.

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Usage examples "egress":

  1. Since, too, they were observed to have an exceedingly rich supply of blood, the blood presented itself as the only conceivable mode of egress for the secretions packed within the cells. - "The Glands Regulating Personality", Louis Berman, M.D..
  2. Yet he must give a name and at once; at any moment from the city might appear a crowd, or the dragoons shouting to the man to bar his egress. - "In the Day of Adversity", John Bloundelle-Burton.
  3. As he neared the point he saw a great moving mass of living things leaving the lake and hurrying northward through this one egress. - "Legends of Vancouver", E. Pauline Johnson.