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    egress - Dictionary definition and meaning for word egress

    (noun) (astronomy) the reappearance of a celestial body after an eclipse
    Synonyms : emersion
    (noun) the becoming visible
    Synonyms : emergence , issue
    Example Sentence
    • not a day's difference between the emergence of the andrenas and the opening of the willow catkins
    (noun) the act of coming (or going) out; becoming apparent
    Synonyms : egression , emergence
    (verb) come out of
    Synonyms : come forth , come out , emerge , go forth , issue
    Example Sentence
    • Water issued from the hole in the wall
    • The words seemed to come out by themselves
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for egress

gress- to go________ digress-to stray______ egress- to go out________ ingress- to go in regress is to return to a former state

after giving GRE-U-LEAVE FOR US, EXITING India :(

AAG+DRESS- uski dress ko aag lag gayi and her body became visible/apparent.

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the GRASS came out from the soil, which means EGRESS

looks like "egg" which exits a chickens body

egress = exit ingress = coming in

agress(agressive) is wen u go in(entrance) to fight ur way. egree is wen u go out(exit) of the given opening....lolz...dont take that seriously..!!!

egre...sounds like AGREE so all the people in party have agreed to move out of the party.

looks like aggressive, if u r aggressive at a calm party u will be shown exit door

Sounds like Tigress, A tigress coming out of its hide and becomes apparent, visible

"The EAGLET's (baby eagle) EGRESS from the EGG was observed only by the EAGLESS (female eagle)."

egress--> To go out outside to the "grass."

Gress sounds like DRESS which is apparent to our eyes!e-GRESS easy to view/sight.!like e-shopping!

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