Definition of 'out-'
Example sentences containing 'out-'
She sounded weak and worn out- so different from the sharp, severe old woman she'd seemed when I first met her.NIGHT SISTERS NIGHT SISTERS THE DEVIL'S DOOR
Definition of out- from the Collins English Dictionary
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