Synonyms of exit
1 way out • We headed quickly for the fire exit.
door • I was knocking at the front door.
gate • He opened the gate and walked up to the house.
outlet • The leak was caused by a fracture in the cooling water outlet.
vent • There was a small air vent in the ceiling.
egress (formal) • The fire cut off the men's egress.
, way in
2 departureDictionary • She made a dignified exit.
departure • The airline has more than 90 scheduled departures from here each day.
withdrawal • the withdrawal of troops from Eastern Europe
retreat • The army was in full retreat.
farewell • a touching farewell
retirement • retirement in the countryside
goodbye • It was a very emotional goodbye.
exodus • The exodus of refugees from the town shows no sign of abating.
evacuation • an evacuation of the city's four million inhabitants
leave-taking • For him, the leave-taking was heartbreaking.
adieu • We said our adieus and left.
departDictionary • He exited without saying goodbye.
depart • In the morning Mr McDonald departed for Sydney.
leave • Just pack your bags and leave.
withdraw • The waiter poured the wine and then withdrew.
retire • He retired from the room with his colleagues.
quit • Police were called when he refused to quit the building.
retreat • They were forced to retreat.
go away • I wish he'd just go away and leave me alone.
make tracks • We had better make tracks soon, hadn't we?
take your leave
go offstage (theatre)
, make an entrance
, come or go in or into
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adieuAdieu means the same as goodbye.
• We said our adieus and left.
deathDeath is the permanent end of the life of a person or animal.
• There had been a death in the family.
Thesaurus for exit from the Collins English Thesaurus