EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUB OUT
They were cheering him because they expected him to rub out the word "England."
He did it in ink for me; and that is better than any of your sketches, that will rub out in a minute.
This man would come and rub out what you'd done with his sleeve.
For I don't suppose you rub out my letters to replace them with your own.
That is better; the pencil-marks could rub out, and I should grieve for that.
Then, he could rub out the pencil marks and type in the letter?
These you can rub out easily, and afterwards indulge your own.
Now, break off a bit of that bread-crumb, and rub out what you have done.
We begged him not to rub out any more as we were curious to see the results.
If clothes are wet and spotted with dirt, dry them before brushing them, and then rub out spots with the hands.