verb (used without object)
- exert oneself,
- exeunt omnes,
Origin of exeunt
Examples from the Web for exeunt
But his hopes were dashed when Alan replied that he was referring to the final stage direction (Exeunt, bearing off the bodies).
(Exeunt the Knaves, L.) I greatly doubt me, sweet lady, that the thieving churl will return the crackers.
Exeunt severally: she to her chamber: he, in custody of the warder, to the gate nearest Blackfriars.Dark Lady of the Sonnets|George Bernard Shaw
So exeunt Mrs. Glibbans, Miss Mally, and the two young ladies.The Ayrshire Legatees|John Galt
Exeunt omnes, severally, each pleased with himself, and more or less disgusted with everybody else.
Ushers urge guests to leave and exeunt with guests after Jeannette returns.
stage direction, late 15c., from Latin, literally "they go out," third person plural present indicative of exire (see exit).