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egression

[ ih-gresh-uhn ]
/ ɪˈgrɛʃ ən /
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noun
a going out; egress.
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Origin of egression

1500–10; <Latin ēgressiōn- (stem of ēgressiō) a going out, equivalent to ēgress(us), past participle of ēgredī (see egress) + -iōn--ion

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH egression

aggression, egression

Words nearby egression

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