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exeunt omnes

[ ek-see-uhnt -om-neez, ek-see-oont -ohm-neys ]
/ ˈɛk si ənt ˈɒm niz, ˈɛk siˌʊnt ˈoʊm neɪs /
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noun

they all go out (used formerly as a stage direction).

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Origin of exeunt omnes

From Latin exeunt omnēs
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exeunt omnes
/ Latin (ˈɛksɪˌʌnt ˈɒmneɪz) /

they all go out: used as a stage direction
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