Exited [verb]

Definition of Exited:

leave a place

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Sentence/Example of Exited:

Kunene made a U-turn where the road dead-ends and then drove back toward police and the neighborhood exit — hitting his sister a second time.

Decision Desk HQ, Vox’s partner, calls these “insta-calls,” and relies on a house-made forecasting model to make them rather than exit polls or a VoteCast-style poll.

Earlier this year, we decided to test exit modals on our website.

A pandemic and the increase in mail-in voting have made exit polls even less reliable this year.

What this boils down to is that, this year, there’s no reason to believe that exit polls will be any more accurate than traditional pre-election polls.

The tumultuous exits of Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown two years ago cost the Steelers two of the sport’s best playmakers and injected unfamiliar drama.

It’s unclear if those figures include people who hit “exit” after the first penis joke.

Bridgewater returned to the game in the fourth quarter, three plays into the Carolina drive following his exit.

Zeta’s rain moved through very quickly and is exiting to the northeast.

The exits created opportunities for nine new players, including three graduate transfers and six freshmen.