- v. Simple past tense and past participle of check out.
“Katherine checked out Ralph-the-Penis not because Michael pressured her to but because she wanted to.”
“I flipped my gold-tipped hair over my shoulder while I checked out my reflection.”
“He loves playing tourist so we biked around Paris and checked out all of the tourist sites—you know, the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, Champs-Élysées and all the rest.”
“The drill ran smoothly and Ward had the carrier re-fueled and checked out in only a few minutes above his usual time schedule.”
“That's why this report is checked out unner my name; ol 'Tom din't want you goin' up to the counner and leavin 'your name, get it?”
“When the LLTV came back on line, Armstrong was the first to get checked out in the machine again, LLTV A1, followed by checkouts for Anders, Conrad, and Borman.”
“The only two-seat aircraft available was an F-104B, which Thompson had not been checked out in.”
“Dave Perkins checked out the boat and found some marijuana seed there.”
“Already checked out the driver, a guy named Woodrow Hunnel.”
“Algranti had checked out in the LLRV several months earlier.”
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