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  • v. To completely empty.


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  • She watched as Belegir lifted the pack from Marchiel and began to empty out supplies.

    The Warslayer

  • Avalanche threat for the couloir itself was minimal due to prior releases, but both faces empty out into the common trough.

    127 Hours

  • Wait a minute till I empty out my dirty clothes in a pillow-case; then I'll hand it to you.

    Hungry Hearts


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