Verb(1) to state openly and publicly one's homosexuality(2) reveal (something(3) be made known; be disclosed or revealed
Adjective(1) not allowed to continue to bat or run(2) being out or having grown cold(3) not worth considering as a possibility(4) out of power; especially having been unsuccessful in an election(5) excluded from use or mention(6) directed outward or serving to direct something outward(7) no longer fashionable(8) outside or external(9) outer or outlying(10) knocked unconscious by a heavy blow
Adverb(1) away from home(2) moving or appearing to move away from a place, especially one that is enclosed or hidden(3) from one's possession
(1) All the lights were out and he couldn't see any movement in the conservatory.(2) Bowling took full advantage and played out the final minutes in relative comfort.(3) Our direct interest in proceedings had fizzled out the day before, of course.(4) Yes it's true, straight hair is out and curls are in.(5) He said both police and council workers had been to see him, but said he knew there was little they could do as long as his fire was out .(6) She claims the affair fizzled out but that she spoke to him on the phone as late as August last year.(7) On the water ducks and coots patrolled the margins and further out was a dinghy.(8) I was also afraid that my parents had already found out that I had left and were out looking for me.(9) Then at midnight people just appeared out on the street with bubbly, singing Auld Lang Syne.(10) Gloucestershire were all out for 347 in their first innings.(11) Evergreen plants have been used for centuries to mark out the lines of a garden.(12) Firefighters alerted police and the fire was out before detectives arrived.(13) England were bowled out for 209 in the first innings(14) I ushered the man out but the woman followed me back into the kitchen and said not to put the fire out with water.(15) The owner cried out in horror from her bathroom window and the group of men walked off.(16) The jury were out the whole of the first day and sent a message that they could not reach a unanimous verdict.
1. not here ::
3. in flower ::
4. available ::
6. unfashionable ::
7. forbidden ::
9. knocked out ::
10. extinct ::
11. away ::
12. expose ::
13. come out of the closet ::
14. come out ::
Different Formsout, outage, outages, outed, outs
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