1. Exeunting meaning Present participle of exeunt.
2. I will/shall have been Exeunting. You/We/They will/shall have been Exeunting.
3. Exeunting (English) Verb Exeunting Present participle of exeunt
Exeunting, English, Exeunt
4. Exeunt (third-person singular simple present exeunts, present participle Exeunting, simple past and past participle exeunted) (archaic) They leave the stage (a stage direction to two or more actors, the plural counterpart of exit)
Exeunt, Exeunts, Exeunting, Exeunted, Exit
5. Wally: I'm Exeunting, I'm Exeunting! George leaves the stage
6. Rei insists that Lum promised him something, but the others unwisely mock him, leading to more cow-Hulking out and Exeunting
7. It's probably something along the lines of a cosmic coincidence that I found myself waxing nostalgic for the estimable Jean Luc Ponty's music just as his daughter's disc arrived in my mailbox followed by this one, a tribute—finally!—to the great violinist by the Turtle Island String Quartet's own Strativarian devotee, Mads Tolling (and he'll soon be Exeunting the famed foursome, just so's
8. The play is one of those terribly witty British things where there are approx nine thousand characters that run around and pop on stage to deliver a devastating bon mot or two before Exeunting again
9. Exeunting exeunts exfetation (current term) exfiltrate exfiltrated exfiltrates exfiltrating: exfiltration exfiltration operation exfiltrations exflagellation exfoliant exfoliants exfoliate exfoliated exfoliates exfoliatin
Exeunting, Exeunts, Exfetation, Exfiltrate, Exfiltrated, Exfiltrates, Exfiltrating, Exfiltration, Exfiltrations, Exflagellation, Exfoliant, Exfoliants, Exfoliate, Exfoliated, Exfoliates, Exfoliatin
10. Amazingly, he didn’t even hang around to listen to the next speaker, Prime Minister of Lithuania Andrius Kubilius, before leaving the podium and Exeunting stage left.
11. I didn’t mind being a constantly Exeunting spear-carrier or whatever, I had no great delusion as to my acting talents, it was a director I wanted to be and I knew the chief route was through experiencing what it was like to be an actor
12. They circle it, approach it, and hump its columns, eventually Exeunting severally to reconvene at a bright light, around which they writhe to the sound of gasps and heavy breathing
13. Arthur Buttwinkle came out dick swinging and lamp throwing as he bashed down the door keeping the dude in the back from Exeunting stage window and then executed a poor underpriviledged inner city kid point blank.
14. Exeunt (third-person singular simple present exeunts, present participle Exeunting, simple past and past participle exeunted) (archaic) they leave the stage (a stage direction to two or more actors, the plural counterpart of exit) William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet Get thee to bed, and rest; for thou hast need
Exeunt, Exeunts, Exeunting, Exeunted, Exit
15. Why else would Gelatine stick around as opposed to Exeunting like a bat out of hell in an effort to run to the hills? Such dry humour (yes, spelt the right way ha, ha) in our, shall we say, protagonist
Else, Exeunting, Effort
16. Instead, Elsbree chose to celebrate the occasion with four friends also Exeunting, hosting a reception for family and friends
17. Arthur Buttwinkle came out dick swinging and lamp throwing as he bashed down the door keeping the dude in the back from Exeunting stage window and then executed a …
18. Their current bugbear was a raft of international news headlines indicating that Ireland was hilarious altogether, for thinking it might bid for business that might see itself Exeunting a Brexited Britain
19. That let the small problem of getting the van within proximity, running a few yards of cable, spiking the phone line, revving the engine and frying the phones, removing the cable, and Exeunting, south The lasses picked up their skirts and exeunted.
Engine, Exeunting, Exeunted
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