Synonym: chuck up the sponge, drop by the wayside, fall by the wayside, give up, quit, throw in, throw in the towel. Similar words: drop off, drops, drop by, propose, proposed, proportion, metropolitan, in proportion to. Meaning: v. 1. give up in the face of defeat of lacking hope; admit defeat 2. leave school or an educational program prematurely.
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1 Teenagers who drop out of high school have trouble finding jobs.
2 Early pacemakers often drop out of a race before the finish.
3 She had to drop out of the race half way through.
4 Several members of the team had to drop out at the last minute.
5 The company had to drop out of the deal due to rising costs.
6 Many students drop out or fail because they're not enjoying the course.
7 He had injured his leg and had to drop out of the race.
8 Some drop out is probably inevitable.
9 You want to drop out of school?
10 Children drop out of school to find jobs.
11 Only after Sinatra squeezes every drop out of the last note does the kid exit the car.
12 As employers drop out of the health insurance business, the government Medi-Cal program generally picks up the slack.
13 I drop out to the side of the road and pull off my rucksack containing the bagpipes.
14 Enough of them eventually drop out, in fact,(www.Sentencedict.com) to disguise the otherwise decided statistical superiority of female performance in school.
15 But in the second week the children drop out because they are hungry.
16 Then if you drop out, you can go back and pick up where you left off.
17 One third of the city's students drop out before graduation.
18 Research suggests that children whose parents split up are more likely to drop out of high school.
19 There's a danger that when people lose their jobs they drop out altogether.
20 The group gets smaller as members move away or drop out.
21 One of the swimmers got cramp and had to drop out of the race.
22 I picked it up by the neck and let the folds drop out.
23 Probably the most obvious suspect behind our tendency to drop out of community affairs is pervasive busy-ness.
24 The Arizona primary has made one thing clear: At least one presidential contender must drop out.
25 I was only on the waiting list anyway and it wasn't very likely that four people would drop out.
26 As darkness fell and the booze took its toll, people began to drop out.
27 He advised young people to "turn on, tune in, and drop out".
28 Studies had shown that the more assessment tests a student failed, the likelier that student was to drop out.
29 There are great chunks of life, after childhood, which drop out of conscious memory.
30 The deadline for suing the drug companies came and went - and she had to drop out.
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