Thesaurus / works out


For there is no education that works out in conformity with natural laws.

The Reform of EducationGiovanni Gentile

If the plan I have in my mind only works out well, we will soon put an end to this Tiger.

I know nothing like it for destroying a Louis Quinze table, or for knocking the works out of a clock.

The Belovd VagabondWilliam J. Locke

It works out in experience to be always the same thing that is needed for our perfect health and happiness—reciprocity.

The Prodigal ReturnsLilian Staveley

And yet there is no drama in the piece, for a drama involves a situation which develops and changes, a plot which works out.

The English StageAugustin Filon

If this works out on a large scale, in all its details—well—I needn't impress its importance on you!

The Air TrustGeorge Allan England

He worked for the same company but he works out of the Oak Cliff branch.

Warren Commission (2 of 26): Hearings Vol. II (of 15)The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

She is always carefully circumspect, and so works out a patient revenge, though I believe I did her no wrong.

Sword and GownGeorge A. Lawrence

Thus, one you works out of the asylum, and one in, and that makes all the difference.

In its origin, it follows now afar, now close upon the works out of which it has arisen.


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