He added, with a return of the grim humour of a don, that he supposed that as a sovereign prince I need scarcely “take an exeat.”
I've got an exeat and I didn't expect it, and I'm going off my head a little.
Doe was out in the world with Freedham, probably without an "exeat," and certainly without a hat.
"You'll very likely get an exeat the week after," consoled Violet.
What part it had to play in the History of Civilisation is played plaudite; exeat!
But he didn't enjoy his exeat, because he knew that Cæsar was in trouble.
No girl might go without showing an exeat signed by the Principal.
Arthur cut, armed with an exeat, and made the momentous purchase.
"Just so," said Mr. Mackintosh, drawing the exeat book—resembling the butt of a check-book—towards him.
It's your exeat on Wednesday, and you might borrow your brother's.