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Sentence count:199+22 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-18Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: breakbring outdrawescapeexitget aroundget awayget byget offgo outleavepullpull outtake outSimilar words: let outset outget out oftourput outact outcut outshut outMeaning: v. 1. move out of or depart from 2. take out of a container or enclosed space 3. move out or away 4. express with difficulty 5. bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover 6. be released or become known; of news 7. escape potentially unpleasant consequences; get away with a forbidden action. 
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1. If you can't stand the heat get out of the kitchen. 
2. He felt too lazy to get out of bed.
3. Get out of my face.
4. Get out and stay out!
5. Let's get out of here, huh?
6. If you won't keep quiet you can get out!
7. Let's get out of here.
8. Get out of my way or I'll ride you down!
9. He's quite capable of lying to get out of trouble.
10. He was eager to get out of the ruck and distinguish himself in some way.
11. Get out of here.
12. You must not get out of the car when it is in motion.
13. It's amazing what people will do to get out of paying taxes.
14. It's over. Get out.
15. The door locked accidentally, and I couldn't get out of the room.
16. Hey baby, why don't you get out on the floor and strut your stuff?
17. A bird has got inside the chimney,and can't get out!
18. He is loath to get out of bed on cold mornings.
19. I had to get out of the rat race and take a look at the real world again.
20. The poor old girl doesn't get out much these days.
21. I'll get out when you stop at the traffic lights.
22. We'll get out of this mess one way or another.
23. Get out of the house or I'll call the police.
23. try its best to collect and make good sentences.
24. It's easy to fall into a trap, but hard to get out again. 
25. His daily work is to riddle coal cinders to get out the larger pieces.
26. Love is hard to get into, but harder to get out of.
27. There were so many people in the doorway that we could hardly get out.
28. We must face up to our responsibilities and not try to get out of them.
29. The officials had issued strict instructions that we were not to get out of the jeep.
30. I've had it up to here with you - get out!
More similar words: let outset outget out oftourput outact outcut outshut outtouristtourismlet offget offget onsee totouch uptouch oncount outin touchpoint outset offdue tocome totouchdownhave totake toget overtournamentbe able toagree toadhere to
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