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airtight preventing the entrance or exit of air. [1/2 definitions]
bus stop a point along a bus route where the bus will stop to allow passengers to board or exit.
conning tower a low enclosed observation tower on a submarine, used as the entrance and exit. [1/2 definitions]
cul-de-sac a passage whose only exit is the entrance, such as a dead-end street. [1/2 definitions]
egress an act, instance, method, or place of exit or emergence. [2 definitions]
exitless combined form of exit.
exit ramp a short roadway that angles or curves off from a major highway, allowing cars to exit the highway without stopping or slowing traffic.
fire escape a fireproof stairway, ladder, or the like, usu. on the outside of a building, used as an emergency exit in case of fire.
gate a passage for entrance or exit. [1/3 definitions]
junction (chiefly British) a point at which a vehicle may exit or access an expressway. [1/5 definitions]
overflow an outlet from which excess liquid may exit. [1/10 definitions]
passport any similar document that allows entrance to or exit from a nation for a person, vessel, or the like. [1/3 definitions]
ramp a movable staircase or walkway set against the doorway of a plane or boat for passengers to enter or exit. [2/7 definitions]
recessional a piece of music that accompanies the exit of participants in a program or religious ceremony. [1/2 definitions]
sentry a guard posted to prevent entry or exit by unauthorized persons, keep watch against dangers, or the like.
vent an opening which allows entrance, passage, or exit of a gas or vapor, esp. of air or smoke. [1/5 definitions]
way out (chiefly British) a route, passage, or door out of a building or other location; exit.