egress egress /ɪ ˈɡrɛs/
- (n) the act of coming (or going) out; becoming apparent
- (v) come out of
- (n) (astronomy) the reappearance of a celestial body after an eclipse
- (n) the becoming visible
- For 38 years, Israel has controlled entry and egress for every Palestinian in the territories.
- It was bad enough luck that one of the mounds of fabric was bunched up in front of a petal; far worse that it was the one petal that was supposed to allow the rover egress.
- None were allowed egress from the district except a few industrial workers with special permits.
- She stood about a good foot and a half from the bin of avocados, her cart another foot or so away from her. Her positioning sufficiently cart-blocked the ample produce aisle, with no egress other than backing up and reconfiguring our course through the store.on June 27, 2013 Source: Erie Times-News
- "It is no longer a question of how; it is a question of when," said Montgomery County Commissioners Chairman James R. Matthews. "We need greater ingress and egress to the borough for emergency purposes. It's no longer just a matter of...on Aug 18, 2008 By: James R Matthews Source: Norristown Times Herald
- "I'm trading a building with paving, utilities, ingress and egress for a pile of dirt in the hopes this location will be superior because of what's going on around it," Baer said.on May 15, 2007 By: Max Baer Jr Source: The Record-Courier
- Mr Beck said: "My understanding is that it (the application) will be dealing with the access and egress rather than the whole plan and I believe there are still traffic issues to resolve. I would recommend, as far as this council is concerned, that...on Oct 18, 2009 By: Jeff Beck Source: Newbury Weekly News Group