exeunt definition

  • others:
    • applied as a stage way to point that two or more performers leave the stage.
    • each goes aside, or retire from the scene. See 1st exit.
    • made use of as a stage course to point that several performers leave the phase.
    • They go aside, or retire through the scene. See 1st exit.
    • applied as a phase path to point that several performers leave the stage.
    • They go out, or retire through the scene. See 1st exit.
  • noun:
    • A stage way for over one star to go out of the stage.
    • they're going away: a word found in the writing of performs to denote the period within the activity of which two or more stars keep the phase.
    • A stage course for more than one star to go out of the stage.
    • they're going out: a word utilized in the text of plays to denote the period in action from which two or more actors keep the phase.
    • A stage course for longer than one star to leave the phase.
    • they're going away: a word utilized in the text of plays to denote the period inside action from which two or more actors leave the stage.
  • verb:
    • they leave the phase (a stage path to several stars, the plural counterpart of exit)
    • they leave the stage (a stage course to several actors, the plural equivalent of exit)
    • they leave the stage (a stage path to several stars, the plural equivalent of exit)

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