American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The act or process of emerging; egress.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of going out, especially from an inclosed or confined place; departure; outward passage; egress.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. rare The act of going; egress.
- n. the act of coming (or going) out; becoming apparent
- Latin egressio. (Wiktionary)
“Before his egression, Barrow heard a few words spoken into the telephone.”
“This is precisely what happened in the South, and this is why the Cotton States seceded before Lincoln was even inaugurated and before his administration had committed, or had a chance to commit, any act of egression against them.”
“Simna was listening more closely now, drawn not only to the proprietor's story but to the growing feeling that it just might have something to do with the hysterical egression of their last two listeners.”
“The universe spreads as broad as the presence of soul; the bound of its expansion is the point at which, in its downward egression from the Supreme, it still has soul to bind it in one: it is a shadow as broad as the Reason-Principle proceeding from soul; and that”
“There was certainly some difficulty in our egression.”
“Sufficient alacrity of egression not having been shown, the Keepers closed the two gates, and at the same time locked the east and western avenues; thus interdicting from egress above three hundred contumacious individuals, including the Hon.”
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“What _endless egression of phrases_ the dog commands!”
“_Of their egression endlessly, with ever rising new_”
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“Dasaradhi PV, Mohmmed A, Kumar A, Hossain MJ, Bhatnagar RK, et al. (2005) A role of falcipain-2, principal cysteine proteases of Plasmodium falciparum in merozoite egression.”
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