There—do you see that fat man that's just going out—him as has got on the Indy 'ankycher?
Viviette, going out last, looked up at him with one of her witch's glances.
This girl was going out to earn her living, and he would stay to make it possible.
Then he lay still and heard them, as many as were able, going out joyfully.
Every moment of it pain—from coming into the world to going out.
I can't bear the thought of her going out into the world to work.
But the question of going out in the evening received an unexpected development.
It was not of going out in the evening that Mr Verloc was thinking.
"We are going out to my father's ranch in Colorado, at once," she explained.
We tore to the railroad depot, but the train was just going out.