run out[ ruhn-out ]SEE DEFINITION OF run out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RUN OUT
Run out the mile-an'-a-quarter, make a race of it, but don't go to the bat.
Let us run out of doors, and have some nice play with the other children.
The Sophia was a clipper; and made the run out in a few days.
Then, with a wave of his hand, he signified to the boys to run out and play games.
The sands of the hour had all run out when we got back to the Temeraire.
That would mean, of course, to wait until this first option had run out.'
He was talking to Coving as though they had years—not as though their time had run out.
Run out to the terrace and see if the peahen has laid an egg.
Run out in his shirt sleeves, and was took when he got as fur as here.
Taterleg was so moved at this passage that he seemed to run out of words.