black out[ blak ]SEE DEFINITION OF black out
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And if troubles had been black out West, they was black and blue in N'York!
But there was no easing of the pain that threatened to make him black out at any second.
When they reached that point, yelling, Barry raced his black out of range of all except the wildest chance shot.
Take my penny an go buy an oyster,thatll help get the black out.
Then black out, and gallery green focus for dance, changing to ruby at cue, and white floods at chord off.
A lumber boat, with two very tall masts, was emerging gaunt and black out of the fog.
The fire was black out, and the mill still grinding away at nothing in particular.
The fire was black out, and somehow things wore a more cheerless look than I had expected to find.
A stream of noxious vapor rushed out of the opening, causing him to black out.
Its bare walls rose gaunt and black out of the ground, not out of a heap of tumbled moss-grown masonry, or covered over with ivy.