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Things exit often describes (“exit ________”)
programs, voice, servant, tube, pupil, temperature, criteria, situation, state, interview, system, door, end, figure, points, angle, pressure, hole, wound, point, velocity, condition, pipe, number, process, sub, gas, program, row, doors, messenger, boy, neglect, mode, visa, stage, maid, strategy, data, polling, channel, line, nurse, site, port, block, discriminator, soldier, poll, option, statement, holes, notepad, model, situations, students, permit, effect, entry, trend, plane, control, rate, right, waiter, section, education, footman, entrance, flow, page, gases, girl, visas, type, teachers, dose, gradient, air, tubes, test, decision, loyalty, grace, rule, stamps, path, region, hubs, help, pupils, mother

Descriptive words:
quick, only, final, nearest, hasty, early, next, free, rear, graceful, last, easy, main, dramatic, safe, rapid, sudden, hurried, single, possible, dignified, narrow, secret, southern, normal, speedy, northern, grand, fast, immediate, western, abrupt, back, front, ready, quiet, eastern, swift, premature, west, test, orderly, south, north, successful, separate, forced, slow, triumphant, entry, wrong, voluntary, convenient, east, horizontal, honorable, ignominious, clean, peaceful, mitotic, permanent, alternative, street, available, temporary, eventual, closest, false, honourable, discreet, happy, silent, timely, select, outside, void


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See exit used in context: 32 rhymes, 447 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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