Entry from British & World English dictionary
- No wonder I never wanted to go back after exeats and holidays.
- Barracks could now be provided, and exeats were strictly controlled.
- I've been gated, banned from Parkins, warned not to see Jason until the exeat, and I have to do table duty for two weeks!
Early 18th century: from Latin, 'let him or her go out', third person singular present subjunctive of exire (see exit).
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