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egressive

[ ih-gres-iv ]
/ ɪˈgrɛs ɪv /
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adjective
of or relating to egress.
Phonetics. produced with an outward flow of air from the lungs, as most speech sounds (opposed to ingressive).
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Origin of egressive

1685–95; <Latin ēgress(us) (see egression) + -ive
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