exeat

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exeat

(ˈɛksɪət)
n
1. (Education) leave of absence from school or some other institution
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) a bishop's permission for a priest to leave his diocese in order to take up an appointment elsewhere
[C18: Latin, literally: he may go out, from exīre]
References in classic literature ?
But now Philip added other means of attaining his desire: he began to wish, when he saw a new moon or a dappled horse, and he looked out for shooting stars; during exeat they had a chicken at the vicarage, and he broke the lucky bone with Aunt Louisa and wished again, each time that his foot might be made whole.
You may ask how he secured almost daily exeats from our college to win so many races over fences for his brother Toby, a leading trainer.
So I spent all my exeats with them, went on holidays with them and because of his German wife I began to take an interest in the German language, which I later learnt, so today I'm fluent in German as well-in addition to English, French and my own language of course.