closed 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 closed out
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Two hours later he could have closed out five hundred to the good.

Lincoln closed out the argument and won his case with a story.

It closed out, not only every domestic comfort, but every aim of ambition.

"He closed out his account on the sixth of October," replied Raines.

He hated this thing that made the noises and closed out the light.

I closed out my business at a great sacrifice, and came to Atchison, Kansas.

Will be closed out now at two bits to make room for new goods.

Another is, care to keep thy five wits, so that all the wicked stirrings of them be closed out of the flesh.

All books removed from old store (more or less damaged by removal) will be closed out at low prices.

Some of them had very nice things, and others would have closed out their stock for seven cents.