Definition of Exeats
1. exeat [n] - See also: exeat
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exeats
Literary usage of Exeats
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Jacques Bonhomme, John Bull on the Continent, From My Letter-box by Max O'Rell (1901)
"exeats.—Why Schoolboys are Revolutionary.—A State of Siege.—Surrender of the Besieged—Punishments—The Class-room. —Lectures and Lessons—Studies—The Hero of ..."
2. Benedictine Pioneers in Australia by Henry Norbert Birt (1911)
"It seems he has attained exeats for some young men, highly recommended by ... before having inspected their exeats? May not the Bishops themselves do this ..."