move out

phrasal verb

moved out; moving out; moves out
: to leave one's house, apartment, etc., and go to live somewhere else
He was 20 when he moved out of his parents' house.
Her lease ends next month, so she'll have to move out (of her apartment) soon.

Examples of move out in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Governor Dan Patrick warned that while Beryl has moved out of the state, dangerous flooding could last for several days. Christopher Cann, USA TODAY, 10 July 2024 Listen to this article Facing a deadline from his estranged wife to move out, a Queens dad in the waters off a Connecticut beach threatened to kill his whole family — and may have tried to slit his little girl’s throat during the attack — the distraught mother said Monday. Leonard Greene, New York Daily News, 8 July 2024 The reality star also appeared to enjoy the amenities of the house before moving out, as she could be seen brushing her teeth at a bathroom sink. Kimberlee Speakman, Peoplemag, 6 July 2024 Kristen reports that that woman moved out two weeks ago. Kimberly Roots, TVLine, 4 July 2024 See all Example Sentences for move out 

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“Move out.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/move%20out. Accessed 19 Jul. 2024.

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