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5. pass out, escape, vent, emit; spurt, stream, gush, belch, spew out; flow out, blow off, give off, spout, send off, pour off, pass off.
-n. 6. escape, release, outflow, outpour, efflux, effluence; outburst, outrush, outgush, running out.
7. steam, smoke, gas, fumes, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide.

exhausted, adj. 1. tired, tired out, Inf. dog-tired, dead tired, SI. dead, dead on one's feet; overtired, done in, all in, ready to drop; fatigued, weary, worn out, Inf. tuckered out, Inf. bushed, fagged out, played out, burned out, wiped out, spent, Archaic, forspent; drowsy, sleepy, half-asleep, groggy, SI. dopey, SI. drugged; All SI. shot, beat, pooped, pooped out, (with have) had it.
2. toilworn, wayworn, footsore; winded, panting, out of breath, breathless, gasping for breath
or air; haggard, feeble, weak, faint, prostrate, Pathol, atonic.
3. consumed, drained, depleted, used up; emptied, bare, dry.

exhausting, adj. laborious, arduous, strenuous, back-breaking, SI. ball-busting, hard, difficult; tedious, wearisome, tiresome; tiring, fatiguing, weakening, enervating, debilitating.

exhaustion, n. 1. weakness, faintness, swoon, faint, Pathol, syncope; feebleness, lassitude, lethargy, inanition; fatigue, weariness, tiredness, prostration, collapse, burnout; debilitation, enervation, enfeeble-ment, debility, Pathol, asthenia.
2. depletion, consumption, draining, emptying; dispersion, wasting, prodigality, dissipation, wastefulness.

exhaustive, adj. comprehensive, encyclopedic, all-inclusive; in-depth, profound, thorough; thoroughgoing, extensive, far-reaching.

exhibit, v. I. display, show, demonstrate, set forth, present, offer; expose, air, unveil, unfurl, extend, spread out; place, arrange, array, dispose, set up; flaunt, parade, brandish, show off.
2. indicate, express, manifest, make plain
or clear, betray, give away; evince, evidence, exemplify, Scot. and North Eng. kithe; reveal, disclose, produce, bring forward, bring out, roll out, Inf. trot out.
3. explain, explicate, expound; describe, illustrate, show how, give an idea of.

-n. 4. display, show, showing. See - exhibition (def. 2).
5. evidence, proof, grounds, facts, data; example, demonstration,
Inf. demo, illustration, representation, exemplification; item, instance, case, particular.

exhibition, n. 1. demonstration, manifestation, representation, evincement, indication, expression, exemplification; revelation, disclosure, divulgence; explanation, explication, description, illustration.
2. exhibit, show, showing, display, presentation, unveiling, airing; mounting, staging, stage show, production, performance; review, retrospective; exposition,
Inf. expo, fair.

exhibitionist, n. 1. show-off, extrovert, SI. grand-stander, SI. hot dog, SI. hotshot, SI. showboat; dandy, fop, clotheshorse.
2. deviant, pervert, sex deviant
or pervert, SI. flasher.

exhilarate, v. 1. cheer, gladden, uplift, make merry, make happy or joyous; delight, elate, exalt, brighten; warm, move, inspire, enthuse; hearten, en-hearten, encourage, nerve, embolden; fortify, build up, nourish, restore; reassure, confirm, comfort, solace; improve, ameliorate, meliorate; aid, assist, support, sustain; strengthen, buttress, brace, reinforce.

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English Grammar
1. That's right.
2. That's spot on.
3. You've hit the nail on the head. / You've nailed it.
4. I suppose so. (use this when you agree, but you are not completely convinced)
5. I'm afraid you're right. (use this in response to bad news, to say the bad news is correct)
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