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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishegresse‧gress /ˈiːɡres/ noun [uncountable] formal or law  LEAVE A PLACEthe act of leaving a building or place, or the right to do this
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egressWith affordable internal access and egress, basements provide options for dwellings short of space.Another is that a store is useless without means of access and egress.We've moved in through the looking-glass and now we're too big, too enormous for egress.Despite the egress of isolated specimens, museum collections grow in proportion to the director's burden of deciding what to accept.Denied its usual egress, the river had burst its banks and was pouring down the fire-ravaged streets.
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