Definition of 'out of'
Example sentences containing 'out of'
In any case it seemed a strange choice, the baroque touch of someone who was getting a kick out of the situation.THE EXECUTION (2002) THE EXECUTION (2002)
Television shots of crime scenes never seemed to show anything but police officers going in and out of doorways as if looking for work.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
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