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go out

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of go out

  1. 1 to fall down or in as a result of physical pressure <there was concern that the dam would go out under the force of the flood waters> Synonyms buckle, cave (in), crumple, founder, give, go, collapse, implode, tumble, yieldRelated Words deflate, flatten, melt, melt down; break, break down, conk (out), crash, die, fail, give out, stall; burst, shatter, smash, splinter, split; crack, crumble, pop, snapNear Antonyms inflate, rise, swell

  2. 2 to take part in social activities <she enjoys going out on weekends, but during the week she's a homebody> Synonyms associate, fraternize, socialize, hobnob, mingle, mix, step outRelated Words carouse, party, revel; circulateNear Antonyms avoid, eschew, shun; slight, snub




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