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  • adj. prohibited to enter
  • adj. beyond the bounds of civility or morality; extremely unreasonable
  • adv. Outside the area of play; beyond the sideline of a playing field or court.
  • n. A sideline marking the edge of a playing field or court.


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  • You are out, for El Exaltida has said that he does not wish for trouble with the British police who might put the island out of bounds for tourists.

    Tour de Force

  • It was an embarrassing effort lowlighted when Jared Jeffries botched a layup on the break and the ball was batted off his head out of bounds on the rebound.

    Brownsville Herald :


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