Definition of 'out-of-pocket'
Example sentences containing 'out of pocket'
Three-quarters of a million people were out of pocket after payments were taken from Nationwide building society accounts twice.The Sun (2012) Times, Sunday Times (2008)
So instead of having calls ring through to his apartment, he'd set contact times where he could be reached out-of-pocket.THE KILL CLAUSE (2003)
Definition of out-of-pocket from the Collins English Dictionary
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