- v. Accompany a guest when he or she leaves.
- v. Continue something until completion.
““Even the Royal Alchymist is sequestered in his sanctum, so completely shielded in a spell of couverture that he can no more see out than any other adept can see in.””
“Madame de Pompadour had been responsible for those enormous powdered wigs with sailing ships and famous artillery battles in them, and Veronica Lake for millions of American women being unable to see out of one eye.”
“Frank had to sit at a funny angle the whole way home in order to see out the front window through a tiny poop-free opening.”
“From the tops of the hills on this extremity of the land you may see out into that they call the Chops of the Channel, which, as it is the greatest inlet of commerce, and the most frequented by merchant-ships of any place in the world, so one seldom looks out to seaward but something new presents — that is to say, of ships passing or repassing, either on the great or lesser”
“Skellum yanked his hand free and quickly reoriented his hat so he could see out of both eyes.”
“When I saw Geph von Spynne in my dream, he wielded a tremendous amount of power, and he can see out onto the astral.”
“I stopped trying to see out of the eyes and turned my attention inwards, seeking for Soldier's Boy.”
“From her refuge under the tree, she could see out into Useless Bay.”
“The Gorgon left the scratched hood on her head, so she could see out without having her deadly face exposed, and hastened to work on Chem's bonds.”
“Although," he added, "that livery fellow did say the Tewksbury spread was the only one we'd see out this way.”
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