stretch out[ strech-out ]SEE DEFINITION OF stretch out
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR STRETCH OUT
If he were allowed to stretch out after the mare, what would the result be?
Since there's no order to the contrary I mean to stretch out and go to sleep.
As he spoke Artois saw him stretch out his hand, but gently, towards Ruffo.
Would she not always have time to stretch out her arms when he was there before her?
You cannot stretch out your hand without hurting it against the stones.
It is for the Jews—that they should stretch out the hand to the Christians.
A woolen sweater is liable to stretch out of shape after being washed.
Roger was glad to stretch out on the cot and close his weary eyes.
You seem to stretch out hands to me, as if you would say, "Sleep here!"
The distance seemed to be elastic, to stretch out under our feet.