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out

adjective

out

adverb

Synonyms and Antonyms of out

  1. 1 in or into the open air you really should get out more Synonyms alfresco, outdoors, outsideRelated Words withoutNear Antonyms in, inside, withinAntonyms indoors

  2. 2 with one's normal voice speaking the words the search parties were sent in different directions and told to cry out if they discovered anything Synonyms audibly, aloud, out loudRelated Words verbally, vocally; clearly, discernibly, distinctly, distinguishably, perceptibly, plainly; blatantly, bloody murder, boisterously, clamorously, loudly, lustily, mightily, noisily, resonantly, resoundingly, stridently, thunderously, uproariously, vociferouslyNear Antonyms faintly, feebly, low, noiselessly, quietly, softlyAntonyms inaudibly, silently, soundlessly, voicelessly

  3. 3 to a full extent or degree when stretched out, the ribbon was just long enough Synonyms all, all of, all over, altogether, clean, completely, dead, enough, entire, entirely, even, exactly, fast, flat, full, heartily, fully, perfectly, plumb [chiefly dialect], quite, soundly, thoroughly, through and through, totally, utterly, well, wholly, wideRelated Words absolutely, categorically, cold, downright, hands down, plain, stone, stone-cold, unqualifiedly; basically, by and large, chiefly, generally, largely, mainly, more or less, mostly, overall, predominantly, predominately, primarily, principally, substantially; abundantly, copiously, generously, greatlyNear Antonyms barely, hardly, just, kind of, marginally, minimally, scarcely, slightly, superficially; approximately, roughly, somewhatAntonyms half, halfway, incompletely, part, partially, partly

  4. 4 from this or that place people staggered out from the burning building gasping for breath Synonyms down, fro, hence, off, awayRelated Words apart, aside, elsewhere; abroad, afar, afield, astray


out

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of out

  1. the act or a means of getting or keeping away from something undesirable I really don't want to go to the party, and I've been searching for an out Synonyms avoidance, cop-out, dodging, ducking, eluding, elusion, eschewal, eschewing, evasion, escape, shaking, shunningRelated Words bypassing, circumvention, runaround, sidestepping, skirting; averting, deflection, obviation, precluding, preventionNear Antonyms abidance, endurance, submission, toleration


out

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of out

  1. 1 to become known the truth will out eventually Synonyms break, circulate, come out, get about, get around, get round, leak (out), get out, spreadRelated Words develop, transpire, unfold; disclose, reveal, spill, tellNear Antonyms hush (up), suppress; conceal, disguise, hide, mask; secrete

  2. 2 to drive or force out before moving in, we outed all the furry little creatures who had settled in the cabin over the winter Synonyms banish, boot (out), bounce, cast out, chase, dismiss, drum (out), expel, extrude, kick out, oust, eject, rout, run off, throw out, turf (out) [chiefly British], turn outRelated Words deforce, deport, displace, dispossess, evict, exile, expatriate, ostracize, read out, shut out; ax (or axe), can, cashier, defenestrate, discharge, fire, muster out, pink-slip, release, remove, retire, sack, terminateNear Antonyms accept, admit, receive, take, take in; welcome; entertain, harbor, house, lodge, shelter


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