01. We [exited] by the side door so that we wouldn't be seen.02. Please [exit] by the rear doors of the bus.03. The young boy picked up his bag and walked towards the [exit].04. There is a fire [exit] next to the men's washroom.05. To get to the university, take the McKenzie Street [exit] off of Highway 1.06. We missed our [exit] and had to drive about five miles out of our way.07. The party was really boring, so we made a quick [exit] and went to the pub.08. Russia's sudden [exit] from the tournament has shocked hockey fans all over the country.09. Two bodies were found near the emergency [exit].10. The singers made their [exit] from the stage to the cheers of the excited crowd.11. Four teenagers were crushed to death near the emergency [exit] of a downtown establishment when a fire broke out in a crowded nightclub.12. The bullet hit him in the chest and [exited] out his back.13. If we have to make a quick [exit], we'll just slip out the back door.14. Children threw flowers before the wedding couple as they [exited] the church.15. The band members [exited] by the back door so that they wouldn't have to deal with all the waiting fans.16. We tried to get out, but the [exit] was blocked.17. A Vietnamese proverb notes, "Enter alcohol, [exit] words."18. Shakespeare wrote, "All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players: They have their [exits] and their entrances; and one man in his time plays many parts."19. Mexican artist Frida Kahlo's last words in her diary were "I hope the [exit] is joyful - and I hope never to come back."20. Alexandre Dumas observed that pure love and suspicion cannot dwell together; at the door where the latter enters, the former makes its [exit].
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