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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of egress.

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Examples

  • MATTINGLY: Yes, we had two people that egressed the structure.

    CNN Transcript Feb 6, 2007

  • Lady Feng thereupon egressed from the room in the inner end and interposed her remarks.

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  • Leading out of the inner room of the cottage was a small door from which, as they egressed, they found a back-court with lofty pear trees in blossom and banana trees, as well as two very small retiring back-courts.

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  • She was plunged in a state of ecstasy, when suddenly, from the rear of the artificial rockery, egressed a person, who approached her and facing her said,

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  • But while she yet spoke, they perceived a whole bevy of people, pressing round lady Feng, as she egressed from the apartment.

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  • But after a brief interval, they egressed with the basins and rinsing cups.

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  • Hsiang-lien then got up and quitted the room, and perceiving every one off his guard, he egressed out of the main entrance.

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  • It is not known whether they egressed the area to the northwest in the canals and crevasses that are out in that area or if they used the tunnel complexes.

    CNN Transcript Jan 15, 2002

  • The second helicopter dispersed its forces and egressed.

    CNN Transcript Mar 5, 2002

  • They went in as a two-ship, took the ground fire, both aircraft egressed.

    CNN Transcript Mar 5, 2002

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