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Definition of "exodus" []

  • A departure of a large number of people. (noun)
  • The departure of the Israelites from Egypt. (noun)
  • See Table at Bible. (noun)
  • The act or an instance of going out (noun)

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Use "exodus" in a sentence
  • "The term exodus can be used because of the impact of the losses will have on the team."
  • "The National Party on Tuesday expressed concern at what it called the exodus of twelve experienced, white, male state advocates from the Western Cape Attorney-General's office over the past 18 months."
  • "It has released its immigration policy which it says aims to stem what it calls the exodus of New Zealanders."