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- v. To consume (eat or drink).
- v. Used other than as an idiom: see get, outside.
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One day in particular, in early spring when she was just past seven, she had scrambled out past the ever-alert Lady Fleming and managed to get outside at Fontainebleau, where she knew the archers liked to practise in the woods.
I get outside this door, you-all'll be set free to act, and I just want to warn you-all about what to do.
He rose, longing to get outside and away from the chattering budgerigars.
Toto was trying to get outside the rocks and roll the head down the hill; but some of the other Scoodlers came to the rescue of their unfortunate comrade and pelted the dog with their own heads until he was obliged to drop his burden and hurry back to Dorothy.
He was trying to guess whether they'd stifle him with Matilda's goosedown pillow -- which would be the first time he was ever allowed to touch it -- or if he'd die with Beatrice's precious sewing scissors in his heart, when all of a sudden he realized that if he didn't get outside to the privy in about twenty-five seconds he'd embarrass himself right in his trousers.