Exodus

Exodus (i.e. the Going out), the book of the Old Testament which records the deliverance of the children of Israel from Egyptian bondage, and the institution of the moral and ceremonial laws for the nation; consists partly of history and partly of legislation.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Exmouth * “Exodus from Houndsditch,”
Ewald, Georg Heinrich August von
Ewald, Johannes
Ewige Jude
Excalibur
Excommunication
Exelmans, Remy Joseph Isodore, Comte
Exeter
Exeter Hall
Exmoor
Exmouth
Exodus
“Exodus from Houndsditch,”
Exogens
Exorcism
Exoteric
Externality
Extreme Unction
Eyck, Jan van
Eylau
Eyre, Edward John
Eyre, Jane

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Exodus in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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Abrabanel, Isaac
Forster, John
Holmes, Robert
Hopkins, William [No. 3]
Judah, Leo
Lightfoot, John
Toland, John
Wickliffe
Willet, Andrew