open out[ oh-puh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF open out
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Open out, my lads, and thoroughly search every hollow and corner.
Now he could open out and farm on a scale befitting a man of his parts.
If anything further was to be done, he himself must open out a little.
Still, I sort of feel the time'll come when we can open out things.
Presently, however, while she served him, she began to open out.
The thought of it, for Mrs. Brook, seemed fairly to open out vistas.
Craney was always a talkative man, liking to open out his point of view.
Some of them open out when you go inside and have more than one court.
If the cow-shed could open out of the wood-shed, such trouble might be prevented.
I have not as yet been driven to open out my sad case to any one but yourself.