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Synonym: departureexitgoingleavingpartingSimilar words: at duskindustryexoticindustrialex officioexorbitantexorbitantlyproduceMeaning: ['eksədəs]  n. 1. a journey by a large group to escape from a hostile environment 2. the second book of the Old Testament: tells of the departure of the Israelites out of slavery in Egypt led by Moses; God gave them the Ten Commandments and the rest of Mosaic law on Mount Sinai during the Exodus. 
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1, A massive exodus of doctors is forcing the government to recruit from abroad.
2, There has been a mass exodus of workers from the villages to the towns.
3, There is always an exodus to the coast at holiday times.
4, I joined the mass exodus for drinks during the interval.
5, As a historical event the exodus was definitive.
6, The Monday morning exodus to the Highlands was on.
7, An exodus from California is by no means inevitable.
8, In Exodus the quails were mentioned only in passing.
9, Each wild rumour adds new impetus to the exodus.
10, The exodus of refugees continued throughout the autumn.
11, The most recent exodus followed a June 25 eruption that killed 10 people and left nine missing and believed dead.
12, The island is facing a mass exodus of its young people.
13, The gift of manna in Exodus 16 is pure miracle.
14, There will be an exodus south of the border for this autumn date.
15, The wholesale exodus of untouchables from Hinduism would for ever blacken the conscience of Hindus without benefit to Untouchables.
16, The social and economic consequences of mass exodus for the countries receiving those affected will be examined.
17, There would be a mass exodus of people, a meltdown of the financial system(,[] a city torn apart.
18, Like Israelites after the exodus, the liberated slaves saw themselves free to live in the Promised Land.
19, The Exodus marks the birth of the nation from slavery.
20, The play was so awful that there was a general exodus from the theatre at the interval.
21, The medical system is facing collapse because of an exodus of doctors.
22, It was just after noon on a Friday when I arrived so the weekend exodus was just starting.
23, So an integral element in the life of the great city became the daily weekday ingress and exodus of commuters.
24, The twittering gradually reaches a crescendo - then, quite suddenly, the exodus begins.
25, So will Labour's plans to impose added costs on business, if they cause an exodus of investment capital.
26, There were both geographical and historical reasons for this exodus towards the West.
27, Shrinking numbers Falling birthrates and statistical ambiguities aside, there has none the less been a major exodus.
28, Dissatisfaction, exacerbated by the non-payment of the usual bonuses, led to a mass exodus and mutiny.
29, Many evacuees went home during that first winter, but when the blitz began, there was another exodus from London.
30, He remembered every critical date in the war, and in the exodus that followed it, with this kind of precision.
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