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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR READING OUT

Then he heard some one reading out of a book of Anaxagoras, that mind is the cause of all things.

I feel as if you were reading out of the Bible, Mr. Sutherland.

One hundred and seventy-nine years further onward, Ezra was from morning till noon reading out of this book.

One of these is the “reading in” or “reading out” of a man from his party.

"Susanne and Hugh together," said Clive, reading out the result.

Spent two hours there reading out passages of the "Odyssey."

He did not like, his sister said, reading out of small books.

You might have kept back the one that we had been reading out of.

Then he will devote himself to reading out the inscriptions.

He spoke as if he were reading out of a book some narrative from the Bible.

WORD ORIGIN

"an act of reading," 1825, from read (v.).

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.