What is the opposite of entrance?

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Noun
Opposite of an opening, such as a door, passage, or gate, that allows access to a place
“If worse came to worse, they could shut off the entrance and exit to the maze and let the creatures trapped within wander the maze as they rested.”
Noun
Opposite of an act or instance of entering somewhere
Exit from the abbey was prohibited, and now they were trapped.”
Noun
Opposite of an act or instance of joining a group or organization
“When his ejection from the campus was reported in the San Francisco Chronicle, his campaign began to gather momentum.”
Noun
Opposite of a person's first appearance or performance in a particular capacity or role
“If he wins, he wants a rematch with Vladimir, who he knocked out last March, as a fitting swansong to his career.”
Noun
Opposite of the process or fact of entering or being allowed to enter a place or organization
Noun
Opposite of a flow inward or into something
“Not to let physical limits hold the industry down, new storage technologies are emerging to match the accelerating digitalization and global sharing of information.”
Noun
Opposite of back entrance
Noun
Opposite of a means of entering or exiting somewhere
“The group was stuck behind a barricade with nowhere else to turn.”
Noun
Opposite of the act of joining an organization or group
“Fear and distress may follow a person for years after their departure from a religious group.”
Noun
(geography) Opposite of a bay or inlet off a main body of water
Verb
Opposite of to fill (someone) with wonder and delight, holding their entire attention
“Probably the most common problem in screenplays is the use of clichéd scenes or characters, which seem so familiar and unoriginal that they bore the audience.”
Verb
Opposite of to cast a magical charm or spell on
“The Sons of the Shadows already have a base here and had gradually been casting a spell over the land that will dispel all magic and sorcery.”
Verb
Opposite of to enthrall, charm or captivate
“I was in very good company, and managed to bore some extremely nice people to death.”
Verb
Opposite of to deceive or fool someone
Verb
Opposite of to cause (someone) to have a liking for or interest in something
“Laying on the cologne may actually repel the ladies, rather than attract them.”
Verb
Opposite of to hold or engage the attention of
“I managed to maintain a controlled line but the headache and dizziness were starting to distract me.”
Verb
Opposite of to delight, or to give pleasure or satisfaction to
“The room had become deathly quiet, each crew member standing erectly as not to further displease their captain.”
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