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What Exeat means?
1 British : a permit for temporary absence (as from a college or monastery) 2 : a letter of permission allowing a cleric to transfer from one diocese to another : a letter of excardination.
How do you use the word Exeat in a sentence?
- The monotony of his schooldays was only broken by his Sunday exeat which was spent at home. …
- He added, with a return of the grim humour of a don, that he supposed that as a sovereign prince I need scarcely “take an exeat.”
What is the meaning of Exeunt in English?
—used as a stage direction to specify that all or certain named characters leave the stage.
What does Excardinated mean?
What is exeat at private school?
This one is common in boarding school lingo. This is when there is a holiday at the weekend, which means there is no school on Saturday. These weekends sometimes extend over to the Monday.
Why do schools have exeat?
What does Exeat weekend mean?
Is Exeat a Scrabble word?
What does Naffness mean?
What is a knavery?
1a : rascality. b : a roguish or mischievous act. 2 obsolete : roguish mischief. Synonyms Example Sentences Learn More About knavery.
What is Abroach?
1 archaic : in a condition for letting out a liquid (such as wine) 2 archaic : in action or agitation : astir mischiefs that I set abroach— William Shakespeare.