Thesaurus / time out

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Fire was by this time out of the question; and an accident or practical joke would have been evident by now.

Frequent calls for copies of my small book—by this time out of print—testified that this was actually the case.

Damn, I don't know what he's talking about one time out of six, but I know enough.

And all our peasant ways are here; here from time out of mind.

A Russian ProprietorLyof N. Tolstoi

Finn was one time out on the green of Almhuin, and he saw what had the appearance of a grey fawn running across the plain.

Gods and Fighting MenLady I. A. Gregory

You were a police-officer for some time out in India, I think, and may be able to see your way through this business.

Dorothy's DoubleG. A. Henty

Well, Heaven knows, we've got to pass the time out here—somehow!

Far to SeekMaud Diver

The thing now was to bring him back in time out of the crimson fog that blinded him.

The TemperingCharles Neville Buck

He bethought himself of the door sill just in time to prevent another tumble, this time out into the corridor.

Sverdrup was by this time out at the deck-house, watching in the sparkling moonshine.

Farthest NorthFridtjof Nansen

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