Thesaurus / work out
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Those ideas of his might work out dangerously with strangers.
This was understood between them before they left Meadows, but the plan did not work out because Slim failed to do his part.
THE MAN FROM THE BITTER ROOTSCAROLINE LOCKHART
To a little boy and girl at home she said, "God will work out big things from the War, for there is no waste with Him."
THE WHITE QUEEN OF OKOYONGW.P. LIVINGSTONE
It was strange, in the evening light, to work out along the road between lines of poplar trees.
YOUNG HILDA AT THE WARSARTHUR GLEASON
He was up almost before daylight, and never let his work out of his hand till it was dinner-time.
This, he thought with a surge of hope, was going to work out after all.
THE BEST MADE PLANSEVERETT B. COLE
Freed from all encumbrances save poverty, Millet was now to work out his own destiny according to the dictates of his genius.
MILLET PERCY MOORE TURNER
Will she be contented merely to imitate man rather than to work out a destiny of her own?
VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE FOR GIRLSMARGUERITE STOCKMAN DICKSON
We have got to work out of this human way of thinking and living.
CARMEN ARIZACHARLES FRANCIS STOCKING
And he that refuses to work out that high destiny is a degraded man.
SERMONS PREACHED AT BRIGHTONFREDERICK W. ROBERTSON
WORDS RELATED TO WORK OUT
- bargain for
- block out
- cook up
- figure on
- figure out
- fix to
- lay in provisions
- line up
- make arrangements
- reckon on
- rough in
- set out
- work out
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