Antonyms for gotten out

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The young girl, pale from sleep, had awakened and gotten out of bed quietly.

Tell me something about this new film you've just gotten out.

Jimmy, poor, credulous boy, had already been gotten out of the way.

There'll be more to be gotten out of that ruin than the stuff you found.

“Well, they have gotten out of the place,” observed the master.

Eh, my little lady, you should have gotten out of bed earlier!

“He must have gotten out while the doors were open,” said Captain Quill.

She looked as if she had just gotten out of bed, or were ready to get into it.

The dog himself could not have gotten out of that high window.

"Then I don't see how Top could have gotten out," Janet said.

WORD ORIGIN

early 14c., "offspring," from get (v.). Meaning "what is got, booty" is from 14c.