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exeunt

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ex·e·unt \ˈek-sē-(ˌ)ənt, -ˌu̇nt\

Definition of exeunt

  1. —used as a stage direction to specify that all or certain named characters leave the stage



Origin of exeunt

Latin, they go out, from exire to go out — more at exit


First Known Use: 15th century


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