Thesaurus / stay out

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I've talked and talked about wondering how our men could stay out of it.

Dangerous DaysMary Roberts Rinehart

"And do not stay out later than ten o'clock this evening," added Mrs. Laning.

The Rover Boys on Treasure IsleEdward Stratemeyer (AKA Arthur M. Winfield)

But she could not stay out there in the broad day for any chance comer to look upon her uncovered sorrow.

Bayou FolkKate Chopin

Grandmamma gave me leave to stay out till sunset, and Aunt Anna will be expecting us back in time for coffee.'

The Magic NutsMrs. Molesworth

Theyll surround the block and stay out of your way, and be relieved at stated intervals.

The Black StarJohnston McCulley

I'd stay out late some o' them days, an' I expect she'd watch an' watch an' lose heart a-waitin'.

The shepherds have to stay out with the sheep all night because they are very gentle and timid animals.

She would not let us bring her here this afternoon, for fear we should stay out till the dew fell.

What Katy Did NextSusan Coolidge

Greece and Rumania agree on one point—themselves to stay out of the war, while inducing Bulgaria to fight.

Early hours, a glass of port wine and a biscuit every day at twelve, and don't let her stay out after sun-down.

ContrabandG. J. Whyte-Melville

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