close out

[ verb klohz; adjective, adverb klohs or for 51, klohz; noun klohz for 59, 60, 63–65, 67, 68, klohs for 61, 62, 66 ]SEE DEFINITION OF close out

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CLOSE OUT

No man could close out an interview so effectually as Crane.

He stopped and covered his ears to close out the cry of his firstborn.

I was willing to close out the business even at a sacrifice, and this I did.

And it seemed that Mr. Crawley had been watched as he passed through the close out of Barchester.

If there's no other way, why not close out your interest in the bank and take things easier?

She went hurriedly to draw down the blinds and close out the unwelcome light.

We beg to announce that we have on hand a very large stock of bicycles, which we desire to close out as early as possible.

I'm going to begin now to close out her business, but it will take two or three days.

It is not contemplated that this will be done unless it was desirable to close out in any particular stock.

Now, cant you decide to close out earlier than you have been intending tosay in two or three weeks, if not sooner?

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CLOSE OUT

concluded

verbfinish, come to an end
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