put out[ poo t-out ]SEE DEFINITION OF put out
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Then they launched the ship's boat, in which Bates had come to the island, and put out to sea.
The tempest suppressed his voice, as it had put out the fire.
She put out both arms as if to lift the young girl, and carry her away.
When they reached Hope's door, she turned and put out her arms for Emilia, as for a child.
In these hours of grief, the soul of him put out its strength.
Finally, with a sense of relief he put out the lights and went to his chamber.
And all the things he had put out of his life were in his voice.
Carlotta put out the lights and turned in a business-like way to her records.
But this time, instead of letting her draw away, he put out his arms and caught her to him.
But, as he rose from the chair beside her low bed, she put out her hand to him.