go out[ goh ]SEE DEFINITION OF go out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GO OUT
The reason I write promptly is that you may not go out of the country just now.
Miss Briggs, the maid, sir—but she's just ready to go out, sir.
Now he was about to go out into the great world, and fight his own way.
If I'm left to myself to-night I'll get drunk and go out shooting tenants.
You'd go out, when I was sound asleep, and tell them when they could rush me.
I will go out of my way to caress one who shows any desire to be friendly.
These attack you—but run—at least the tiger, not the elephant, when you go out after him.
When, oh when would he appear, that her heart might go out to meet him!
But the weather continued so far unfavourable that he could not go out.
The Street did not go out to see women in Tillie's situation.