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" Exit, ks-t. n. the term set in the margin of plays to mark the time at which the player goes off; departure ; act of quitting the theatre of life ; passage out of any place, the way by which there is a passage ont. "
A Phonographic Pronouncing Dictionary of the English Language: Abridged from ... - Page 179
by William Bolles - 1846 - 689 pages
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A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are ..., Volumes 1-2

Samuel Johnson - English language - 1783
...EXISTIMA'TION. /. [i ijlimtlia, Laiin.J I. Opinion. i. Ertcem. I'XIT. /. [Latin.] • i. 7 he trim ftt in the margin of plays to mark the time at which the player gues off. j.. Rccefs ; departure; afl of quilting the theatre of lite. ibattfrwi. 5. Pa fi age out...
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A Complete Dictionary of the English Language, Both with Regard to ..., Volume 1

Thomas Sheridan - English language - 1790
...polTcflion of being. EX1ST1MATION, eg-zlf-tl-ma'(hD. f. Opinion ; efteem. EXIT,eks'-hf The term fet in the margin of plays to mark the time at which the...off; departure, act of quitting the theatre of life. EXITIAL, egz-Iih'-il. 7 a. DeEX1TIOUS, gz-lih'-s. ftruflive, fatal, mortal. EXODUS, ks'--dus....
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A complete dictionary of the English language, Volume 1

Thomas Sheridan - English language - 1797
...of exiftence. EXISTIMATION, eg-zif-tl-mi'fhn. f. Opinion ; eftecm. EXIT, ks'-It. f. The term fct in the margin of plays to mark the time at which the player goes off; departure, ait of quitting the theatre of life. EX1TIAL, gz-lfli'-a!. ? a. DcEXITIUUS, gz ilh'-ui. 5 llrufliv;,...
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A critical pronouncing dictionary and expositor of the English language

John Walker - English language - 1797
...M AT io N , eg-zis-tc-ma' fli un. f. Opmion ; elleem. EXIT, C-ks'it. f. The term fct in the marpin of plays to mark the time at which the player goes off; departure, ail of quitting the theatre of life. EXITIAL, egz-ifh'val. ("3)1 ExiTrous,egz-i(h yus. J ' Doftruciive,...
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language ...

John Walker - English language - 1807 - 962 pages
...being, in possession of being. EXISTIMATION, eg-zls-te-ma'shun. •; Opinion; esteem. EXIT, ekslt. s. The term set in the margin of plays to mark the time at wliich the player goes oft'; departure, act of quitting the theatre of life. EXITIAL, egz-lsh'yil....
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Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts ..., Volume 9

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1816
...EXIST1MATION. nf \tx\ftimatio, Latin ] I. Opinion. 2. Elteem. * EXIT. af [exit, Latin.] r. The term lit in the margin of plays to mark the time at which the player goes off the (tage. 2. Recefs ; departure ; aft of quitting the ftage; ait of quitting the theatre of life....
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A Critical Pronouncing Dictionary, and Expositor of the English Language ...

John Walker - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1819 - 712 pages
...in posseslion of beintj. v EXISTIMATION, eg-zls-te-mishun. s. Opinion ; esteem. J'.XM . eksft. . The term set in the margin of plays to mark the time at which the player goes off; departure, act of ((uituiig the theatre of State of beEXIT10U3,?ez-isn'yus. fatal, mortal. I - Dep-ure, jou, ney from...
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A sequel to The student's manual, vocabulary of words derived from the Latin ...

Richard Harrison Black - 1822
...world to have had no heginning, hut to have existed from eternity." South. Exit. See E. Exit is a word set in the margin of plays, to mark the time at which the player goes off the stage. " All the world's a stage, " And all the men and women merely players , " They have their...
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A Selection from Walker's Pronouncing Dictionary: In which All Those Words ...

Lemuel G. White - English language - 1823 - 156 pages
...person banished. To EXILE, eg-zlle', va 492. To banish, to drive from a country. EXIT, eks'-it, s. The time at which the player goes off; departure, act of quitting the theatre of life. EXORBITANT, egz-6r'-be-tant, a. Enormous, beyond due proportion, excessive. • To EXPATIATE, ek-spa'-she-ate,...
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A Dictionary of the English Language: In which the Words are Deduced from ...

Samuel Johnson - English language - 1824 - 832 pages
...Having existence. Bp. Barlow. EXISTIMATION. n. . \existimatio, Lat.] Opinion. Esteem. E'XIT. ns [Lat.] The term set in the margin of plays to mark the time at which tlic player goes off. Recess ; departure ; act of quitting the theatre of life. Snakyirare. Passage...
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