- plural of
- (nonstandard, often humorous) Third-person singular simple present indicative form of exeunt
1908, Charles Kenmore Ulrich, A Daughter of the Desert: A Comedy Drama of the Arizona Plains in Four Acts, page 20:
- She exeunts with Ruth, arm in arm, R. 2 E.—aside as he looks about at C.
2007, Anastasia Royal, Undoing I Do, page 131:
- “Who do you want to stay in the house?” Tobin asks Elender, before he exeunts the marital property. “Mommy or Daddy?”
2011, Maureen Ulrich, Sam Spud, Private Eye, page 8:
- GHOST does not answer, but turns and moans, dragging his chains as he exeunts.