Meaning of exitless in English:

exitless

adjective

See exit

‘Within scant minutes, DeWolf's shrewd cross-examination had entangled Hood in an exitless maze of contradictions and obvious lies.’
  • ‘I think that Bernstein is wrong to celebrate the transformation of university literature departments into cultural studies departments, because that is already to capitulate before the establishment of 'culture' as an exitless quarantine for ideas.’
  • ‘Humans are marvellously adaptable, aren't they, even to squalor and exitless madhouses.’
  • ‘It was like trundling round an exitless roundabout.’
  • ‘The traditional narrative time-line vanished into an exitless maze, with beginnings, middles and ends being no longer part of the immediate display.’