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But the car ran out of gas, and de Merode had to fish out $20 for it to refuel.

Sure, Nancy has the fish-out-of-water thing going on, but that attribute often defines Piper.

They center around two white bourgeoisie women who are the fish out of a water and love proving they can be that dehydrated fish.

I would love to emulate people like Alexander Payne or Sofia Coppola, who does fish-out-of-water movies so well.

Even Kunis alluded to this when she was asked to attend a wedding by a fish-out-of-water BBC interviewer.

If a sailor on land is a fish out of water, a soldier at sea is like a game cock in a duckpond.

With some difficulty, Ward got the fish out of the water and began to drag it up the hill toward his house.

I was busy beating my wife while you were getting birds out of fishnets and fish out of snares!

He felt very much a fish out of water, in that strange country; were he alone, he would feel ten times more so.

He cared for nothing to do with the sea, but the fish out of it, and that only when dressed and steaming on the table.

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On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fish out, such as: discover, examine, scrutinize, snoop, case, and eyeball.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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