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- adj. remote or secluded
- adj. unusual or out of the ordinary
- adj. improper or offensive
- adj. not obstructing or hindering; not in the way
- adj. taken care of
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Later in the afternoon cavalryman George Baxter, hurrying to catch up with Flournoy's van, shouted in annoyance at two horsemen riding ahead to get out of the way of his men.
She let Borlla up, and then dove out of the way as Tlitoo let loose another stream of droppings.
Colonel Gelu shouted and the four of them pulled the prince hastily out of the way as the pikemen advanced toward the barricades.
Dizzily he wavered on feathers to get himself out of the way and come to terms with the fact that he, who had been ironed for thirty-three months, was suddenly stripped of them.
Luda gets up and takes a step toward my mother, nudging Semyon out of the way with her weight.
Tyler recovered and pulled himself up five more feet, out of the way of a second pile of bricks that exploded against the front of the truck, its hardened-steel radiator grill merely dented by the mass of bricks.
Bonnie shoved a box out of the way with her foot and sat down on the bed, absently patting the Windblown Square quilt for comfort.
He wanted me out of the way while he worked to reopen the flume in Rubic City.
Throwing the skillet at him, I kicked the knife out of the way and fled from the kitchen, slamming my hip into the sharp edge of the table and knocking my shoulder against the door-frame.
Viciously Craig shoved her out of the way and sent her sprawling to the floor.