Definition of Egresses

1. Verb. (third-person singular of egress) ¹



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Definition of Egresses

1. egress [v] - See also: egress

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Egresses

egotize
egotized
egotizes
egotizing
egotrip
egotropic
egranulose
egre
egrecious
egregious
egregiously
egregiousness
egregiousnesses
egress
egressed
egresses (current term)
egressing
egression
egressions
egressive
egressively
egressives
egressor
egressors
egret
egretlike
egrets
egrimonies
egrimony
egriot

Literary usage of Egresses

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1. The Works of John Owen by John Owen (1826)
"There are respective egresses of this justice in deeds, and according to the ... In respect of these,0 I call the egresses of the divine justice necessary, ..."

2. The School House: Its Heating and Ventilation by Joseph Augustus Moore (1905)
"Such building shall not be so erected without sufficient egresses and other means of escape from fire, properly*located and constructed. ..."

3. Labor Bulletin by Massachusetts Bureau of Statistics (1909)
"The egresses and means of escape shall be kept unobstructed, in good repair ... to indicate to persons within the building the location of such egresses. ..."

4. Labor Laws of the United States, with Decisions of Courts Relating Thereto by United States Bureau of Labor (1904)
"The egresses and means of escape shall be kept unobstructed, in good repair and ready for use. Stairways on the outside of a building shall have suitable ..."

5. Proceedings of the ... Congress of the American School Hygiene Association by American School Hygiene Association (1911)
"All stairways should have handrails on each side and all egresses to be provided with a sign having on it the word "EXIT" in letters at least five inches in ..."

6. Selections from Early American Writers, 1607-1800 by William B. Cairns (1909)
"With sleepy eyes and count'nance heavy, With much excuse of non paravi.1 Much absence, tardes and egresses, The college-evil on him seizes. Then ev'ry book, ..."

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