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get out

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of get out

  1. 1 to become known news of the rock star's secret wedding got out to the news media Synonyms of get out break, circulate, come out, get about, get around, get round, leak (out), out, spread Words Related to get out develop, transpire, unfold; disclose, reveal, spill, tell Near Antonyms of get out hush (up), suppress; conceal, disguise, hide, mask; secrete

  2. 2 to get free from a dangerous or confining situation tried but couldn't get out of the old well without assistance Synonyms of get out abscond, break out (of), clear out, flee, fly, escape, lam, run away, run offWords Related to get out avoid, elude, evade, lose, shun; decamp, depart, elope, exit, go, leave, move, pull out, quit, sally (forth), shove (off), take off, walk out; disentangle, extricate; bring off, emancipate, enfranchise, free, liberate, loose, loosen, manumit, redeem, release, rescue, spring, unbind, uncage, unchain, unfetterNear Antonyms of get out abide, dwell, hang around, linger, remain, stay, stick around, tarry; come back, return

  3. 3 to produce and release for distribution in printed form a romance novelist who got a new book out every year Synonyms of get out publish, issue, print, put outWords Related to get out copublish; reissue, reprint, republish; serialize; contribute, edit, syndicate; manufacture, produce; distribute, marketNear Antonyms of get out censor, suppress


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