Definition for EX-EMPT'

EX-EMPT', a.

  1. Free from any service, charge, burden, tax, duty, evil, or requisition, to which others are subject; not subject; not liable to; as, to be exempt from military duty, or from a poll tax; to be exempt from pain or fear. Peers in Great Britain are exempt from serving on inquests.
  2. Free by privilege; as, exempt from the jurisdiction of a lord or of a court.
  3. Free; clear; not included.
  4. Cut off from. [Not used.] Shak.

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