When I got up I was not able to make my rent out of my land.
"We mean to pay the rent out of the profit we get from the boarders," I replied.
She was wishing she could rent out the store, but no one wants it.
I ain' been able to rent out mo'n oner my rooms sence he's been down dar.
If I could rent out the extra room, I could buy "makins" for a month.
My salary is in itself so small, that I can scarcely contrive to defray my half-year's rent out of it.
It was common enough for his grandmother to rent out the third floor; but to a painter, and a crazy painter—that seemed strange.
They rent out the lower floor of their house, being in straitened circumstances.
Yes; I rent out bedrooms, don't give board, just bedroom and living room privileges.
One very shrewd tenant came to him and begged him to buy some beasts, in order that he might pay his rent out of the proceeds.