Walking to an exit without stopping or swerving is an example of making a beeline.
Origin of beelinefrom the belief that a bee usually flies straight back to its hive after getting nectar
intransitive verbbee·lined, bee·lin·ing, bee·lines
Origin of beelineFrom the belief that a bee returns to its hive in a straight course.
(third-person singular simple present beelines, present participle beelining, simple past and past participle beelined)
- To travel in a straight course, ignoring established paths of travel.