Synonyms for out-of-it
Antonyms for out-of-it
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OUT-OF-IT
Peter looked at Stuart—and surprised a rather lorn and out-of-it expression on his face.
Old English utian "expel, put out" (see out (adv.)); used in many senses over the years. Meaning "to expose as a closet homosexual" is first recorded 1990 (as an adjective meaning "openly avowing one's homosexuality" it dates from 1970s; see closet); sense of "disclose to public view, reveal, make known" has been present since mid-14c.
Related: Outed; outing.