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The pipes should be easy of access, with clean-outs in convenient places.ELEMENTS OF PLUMBINGSAMUEL DIBBLE
This trap should have two clean-outs, one on each side of the seal.ELEMENTS OF PLUMBINGSAMUEL DIBBLE
When the trap is in place, one of the clean-outs can be used for the fresh air.ELEMENTS OF PLUMBINGSAMUEL DIBBLE
In their eyes, an election is not the decision of a great, impartial jury, but a struggle between the "ins" and the "outs."THE OLD WORLD IN THE NEWEDWARD ALSWORTH ROSS
The world doesn't know that we are 'at outs,' although we are sworn foes privately.A DREADFUL TEMPTATIONMRS. ALEX. MCVEIGH MILLER
There were look-outs stationed forward, though, as we were supposed to be in the open sea, no danger of any sort was apprehended.PETER THE WHALERW.H.G. KINGSTON
They are sometimes called 'dug-outs' on the Mississippi, especially when they are roughly made.POPULAR ADVENTURE TALESMAYNE REID
The odds are against them, because the ‘ins’ always have a tremendous advantage over the ‘outs.’UNVEILING A PARALLELALICE ILGENFRITZ JONES AND ELLA MARCHANT
No principles of wise government had place in any mind, a blunt and jolly personalism as to the Ins and Outs animating all.THE WELL-BELOVEDTHOMAS HARDY
Afraid my little eighteen-pounder pills wont make enough impression there, if theyre in dug-outs, said the officer.GRAPES OF WRATHBOYD CABLE


dissilientadjective | [dih-sil-ee-uhnt ]SEE DEFINITION