Fan out, be eyes and ears for the column moving into the Paris pike.
All operations will fan out north, south, and east from Le Havre.
Cut strips of straw or binders' board about four inches wide; glue them together; fan out and press.
I met him the other evening at Mrs. De Mingle's select party, and he took my fan out of my hand and fanned himself with it.
And thus, "the chaff being winnowed with the fan out of God's store, the good grain began to appear."
As Sally listened, turned dials, and waited, the broadcasters on the enemy subs began to fan out.
With just a little training he could fan out Babe Ruth nine times out of ten.
Twice in about thirty years the rings seem to disappear, and twice they fan out to their largest extent.
Susie fainted three times that morning, and Katie lost an hour in all, bringing water and making a fan out of a newspaper.