closing 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 closing out
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And so in this new harbor of big companies my father was now closing out.

"I'm closing out my business, son," he told me the next morning.

But in closing out the sky, with it is cut off all that the sky can tell you with its light, or in its passion of storm.

We were closing out our line of elephants on account of retiring from business, and Rajah was a remnant.

If instead of closing out your account, I had in each instance held on, you would have made more money.

With the closing out of the Mortgage Company's interests of course my salaried employment came to an end.

Closing out stocks or contracts of any kind to secure profits.

After closing out the "truck," I would drive to Cambridgeport, where I bought the groceries and other supplies for the farm.

When the panel had slipped back into place, closing out the bunk, the man stood in night absolute.

He never would have chosen to help Belle in closing out her supply of orangeade.