Block out all the light from that window except one small circle.
Come on, Gilbert, let's block out the backbone of the yarn right now.
Then less git ashore and drap the block out, though it's an orful pity to lose it in the drink.
George ran to get the pike-pole; and for some moments they tried to push, or pull, the block out.
Richards reached the ball, stopped and carefully lined up his kick, certain that his teammates could block out Tom.
He seemed to take up an immense amount of room, and to block out the light a great deal, in whatever part of the room he stood.
Such a person will often go a block out of his way to avoid meeting a person of the opposite sex.
In the street he would go a block out of his intended way to evade the familiar spectacle of some wretched beggar.
An hour more, and it lay so high as to block out half the returning daylight.
It was impossible to block out ore to an extent that would warrant any opinion as to the real measure of the mine's riches.