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Adjective
No longer in fashion
“Yes it's true, straight hair is out and curls are in.”
Adjective
Revealed or made public
“The secret was soon out.”
Adjective
Openly gay
“The roses are out in our walled garden, and the sweet peas, and the apricot trees have finally got some very nice-looking fruit on them.”
Adjective
Not at a certain place
“I phoned Hari but he was out, so I left a message with his concierge.”
Adjective
Published
“According to the band, they are going to New York to record and the album should be out before the end of the year.”
Adjective
No longer alight; extinguished
“The fire was nearly out when we arrived.”
Adjective
Inaccurate or incorrect
“The NRA's preliminary cost for the project was out by 46 percent.”
Adjective
Fully committed to achieving a goal
“… he's out to get even with the guy who beat him last time around.”
Adjective
Available to the public
“Their new album is out next week.”
Adjective
Banned
Adjective
Knocked out
Adjective
Not allowed
“Smoking is out and so is too much alcohol.”
Adverb
From this or that place
“A few weeks later, a parcel arrived while I was out.”
Adverb
Revealed or made public
“The secret was soon out.”
Adverb
Published
“According to the band, they are going to New York to record and the album should be out before the end of the year.”
Adverb
No longer alight; extinguished
“We had gone out for a couple of hours and when we returned the fire was almost out.”
Adverb
No longer in fashion
“Yes it's true, straight hair is out and curls are in.”
Adverb
Mistaken; in error
“The NRA's preliminary cost for the project was out by 46 percent.”
Adverb
In or into the open air
“… you really should get out more.”
Adverb
With one's normal voice speaking the words
“… the search parties were sent in different directions and told to cry out if they discovered anything.”
Adverb
To a full extent or degree
“… when stretched out, the ribbon was just long enough.”
Adverb
Outside, outdoors
Adverb
“The roses are out in our walled garden, and the sweet peas, and the apricot trees have finally got some very nice-looking fruit on them.”
Adverb
“Smoking is out and so is too much alcohol.”
Verb
To become known
“… the truth will out eventually.”
Verb
To drive or force out
“… before moving in, we outed all the furry little creatures who had settled in the cabin over the winter.”
Verb
“It was not our intention to out him.”
Noun
The act or a means of getting or keeping away from something undesirable
“I really don't want to go to the party, and I've been searching for an out.”
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