Where does your grandfather spend his day when he goes out with his dogs?
When your father's so well again that he goes out walking in the evenings!
Having crossed the stage, he goes out as still conversing with them.
If he goes out to serve a summons he does not return for a day.
He goes out, and comes back when the person who turned the books says, "Come in."
Somethin' for her to take along when she goes out West to Betsy.
Whether he goes to the poorhouse or not, he goes out of that house of mine to-morrer.
When he fancies a change of diet, he goes out and kills a deer.
But Wiborn goes out day by day alone, and he has brought in big tuna and swordfish.
Why, your Lordship goes out too, without ever having the satisfaction of being 'in.'