ex"it poll`(?). a survey poll taken by interviewing voters as they leave (exit) the polling place, to determine how they voted and for what reasons; -- it is usually taken by news media to learn at an early time (often before the balloting has finished) who the winners are, and sometimes the reasons for the voters' choices.
Ex` li"bris(?). [L. ex from + libris books.] An inscription, label, or the like, in a book indicating its ownership; esp., a bookplate.
[Webster 1913 Suppl.]
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