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- v. to completely empty
- v. to remove or eject (from), especially forcibly
- v. to leave quickly
- v. to become empty
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. clear out the chest and lungs
- v. empty completely
- v. move out and leave nothing behind
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The people assumed that Urza would clear out the rest of the provinces, restoring a complete Yotia.
You say we wuz goin'_ clear out th'arsenal, an 'hightail!
Might as well send out all the I-231 you have and we'll boil it down the pipes to clear out any deposits on them.
Threw the Long-Hairs clear out o 'the place, didn't we?
And then another thought: how might our lives have turned out had Mrs. Shearer taken us with her, raised my sister and me as her wards at various diplomatic posts Albert “Bud” Shearer, declared persona non grata and given twenty-four hours to clear out of Hungary in 1952, went on to a distinguished diplomatic career, including as ambassador to Czechoslovakia.
What kind of lunatic was stalking the streets of New Orleans and making his way clear out here, far from the city?
Nobody but Miss Mines or myself goes aboard the Mooncat until we either wind up the job or are forced to clear out and run.
Gentleman Johnny Burgoyne was told to clear out every rebel in northern New York and demonstrated his tactical prowess by taking Fort Ticonderoga on Lake Champlain, a stronghold the rebels had deemed invulnerable.
In other words, new fat helps clear out “old” fat—especially the kind hiding in peripheral tissues around the belly, thighs, and bottom—a fascinating recent discovery by researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.8 The increase in omega-3 can help your body eliminate excess stored omega-6s more efficiently, and also reduce harmful inflammation.
Upon this the whole family was frighted, concluding that the boy had said that the house was a-fire: so they deft their cards above, and one would have got out of the balcone, but it was not open; the other went up to fetch down his children, that were in bed; so all got clear out of the house.