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I said it was fine to drop out of the world; but why have you cut off your old friends from you?
Then she broke down and had to drop out, and now that she's strong again she's changed.
What I want to know is, did it drop out when I took off my coat here in the shop?
She seemed to like him, and in common decency he had to drop out of the running.
The moment I quit my post I drop out and he takes up the reins.
If you don't want to go on with it you can drop out, Mr. Sedgwick.
It was easy enough to drop out of her old round of festivities.
Changing the subject, I asked, "but what about the others who just drop out of sight?"
Men do not lose their self-respect, they win it; they do not drop out, they work in.
We all have to do that, you know—or drop out to make way for others.