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Etymology: Latin, they go out, from exire to go out — more at exit Date: 15th century — used as a stage direction to specify that all or certain named characters leave the stage
v.intr. (as a stage direction) (actors) leave the stage. Phrases and idioms: exeunt omnes all leave the stage. Etymology: L, = they go out: 3rd pl. pres. of exire go out: see EXIT
Exeunt Ex"e*unt [L., 3d pers. pl. pres. of exire to go out.] They go out, or retire from the scene; as, exeunt all except Hamlet. See 1st Exit.
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