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- v. To travel rapidly to a destination, typically on an airplane
- v. To rapidly emerge
- v. To become out by hitting a fly ball which is caught
- n. An instance of flying out
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I saw an owl fly out from somewhere into the trees on the other side of the paddock; I heard him hoot and I wondered if that meant that he had caught a mouse.
Inheriting two runners in the seventh, Phil Hughes quickly got Twins leadoff hitter Denard Span to fly out to right to end the threat.
Today you can board an airliner in Miami and step off within hours in the central Amazon; you can fly out to the Galápagos, connect with a cruise ship, and wander the individual islands on the coattails of a licensed guide; you can book an “adventure travel package,” that oxymoronic commodity, to Antarctica; you can even reach Krakatau, cinderlike Krakatau, for a handful of rupiahs paid to a Javanese fishing-boat captain.
And he'd keep striking it till it happened to fly out in the right direction, and you'd catch it in some fluff where it would start a smoulder, and you'd blow on it till you got a little flame, and drop tiny bits of shaved-up dry pine in it, and so, little by little, you'd build your fire up.
"He'll be dragged up in a barrowload of cement and shingle if he tries to fly out of this bloody grave," Harper grumbled.
Kate, on the other hand, looked as if she might fly out of her skin in spite of the rigid self-control that kept her statue-still.
We first find it in Ptolemy (vii. 2) whose Maniólai Islands, of India extra Gangem, cause iron nails to fly out of ships, the effect of the Lapis
The trip-hammer of wisdom plays on the burning material while ten thousand worlds, and ten thousand more, fly out into space, seek the golden threads of their orbital rounds, and like battalions of blazing seraphs, crowned and robed in the splendors of omnipotence and the power of the eternal, they dance on in space to the command of God, the
George invited Tricia and Ed Cox and their son, Christopher, to come to Washington and fly out with us.