[ ek-suh-dos ]
/ ˈɛk səˌdɒs /
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noun, plural ex·o·doi [ek-suh-doi]. /ˈɛk səˌdɔɪ/.
(in ancient Greek drama) the final scene or departure, especially in tragedy and usually Old Comedy: usually following the last stasimon.
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Origin of exodos
<Greek éxodos;see exodus
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