out

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out

1. Politics not in office or authority
2. Baseball an instance of the putting out of a batter; putout

out

A term used in air traffic control communications meaning the conversation is over and no further response is expected.
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An instant later the screen doors flew open, and two men rushed in--just as Jurgis was getting to his feet again, foaming at the mouth with rage, and trying to tear his broken arm out of its bandages.
It wasn't football that got us out of it - it was a bit of guts and determination and that goes a long way.
You don't feel as strongly as you normally would if you get a win out of it.