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  • pro. anything

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Wull yous two come in oot o that when ye're tellt!

    'Men Should Weep' marvels

  • And openin 'oot their gear, they offer't till him gifts - gowd, and frankincense, and myrrh.

    01/01/2003 - 02/01/2003

  • Sae Britain was at war, and she called oot her young men.

    Between You and Me

  • Ye maun jist straik her canny, an 'wile the music oot o' her; for she's like ither women: gin ye be rouch wi 'her, ye winna get a word oot o' her.

    Robert Falconer

  • A 'juist pit the potatoes on his plate, for he never lat on he saw me; an' as for wine, a 'cudna get a word oot o' him. "

    Kate Carnegie and Those Ministers

  • Heck, we didn't even mind that stupid 1983 movie "Strange Brew," which once and forever convinced the world that we all say "aboot," "oot" -- and most famously, "eh?"

    It's Aboot Time!

  • And when Mr. Morrison '(the minister of Durrisdeer)' cam 'to his dinner yesterday, the first word oot o' his heed, on the very door-steps, was: "Is Mrs. Carlyle still here?"

    Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle

  • Luke ye, 'he continued, dropping his voice as he opened the' house 'door for her;' ef you want ayder ov oos, you just call oot -- sharp!

    Robert Elsmere

  • Luke ye, 'he continued, dropping his voice as he opened the' house 'door for her;' ef you want ayder ov oos, you jest call oot -- sharp!

    Robert Elsmere

  • And of course legal Canadians say "oot," so that's not suspicious, just silly.

    Robert J. Elisberg: An Illegal Immigration Bill We All Can Love

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