Did you perhaps mean blackout?
- n. alternative spelling of blackout.
“At first, they thought she had committed suicide but police found text messages on her phone and in her MSN account which indicated she had been playing the "choking game" also known as the "black-out" or "knock-out" game.”
“I am self-imposing a personal media black-out for these months, not commenting on the news and political developments in the first quarter of this fraught election year.”
“Have you had a black-out where you had a hard time recalling the night before?”
“In the wake of the Australia-England dispute, cricket authorities who govern the game decided to require completely blind players to wear black-out glasses during play.”
“The independent investigation, which was conducted by the law firm Homburger, found weaknesses in the company's internal processes, and highlighted that Sonova's top managers failed to issue a timely black-out period for trading in Sonova shares and options in the run-up to the company's profit warning.”
“We never assumed there'd be some type of black-out overnight.”
“A third offense can lead to legal proceedings and a one-year Internet connection black-out.”
“And the limitations on black-out dates etc. means that people can't even use them exactly when they want, and they may not fly much at other times when they could use them.”
“War has by this date broken out, and to guard against enemy shipping, the Perseus observes a nightly black-out.”
“This is not the work of some prudish vandal using a Sharpie to black-out the genitalia on an original painting by Michelangelo.”
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