out of the woods love

out of the woods


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • adj. Out of peril; likely to recover or prevail over trouble; finished with the worst or most threatening part of a problem or illness.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. not in a place, or state, of obscurity or doubt; free from difficulty or perils; safe.


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  • Sliding over to the right side of the seat, he opened the passenger door, stuck his head out in the rain, and watched Tiny and the others come up out of the woods and climb into the rear of the slat-sided truck.

    Drowned Hopes

  • You climbed a fence out of the woods and the trail was hard in the sun across the field with cropped grass and sheep sorrel and mullen growing and to the left the quaky bog of the creek bottom where the killdeer plover fed.

    Hemingway on Hunting

  • William led Rose out of the woods into the dooryard, and saw Sarah sitting on the steps of the porch, her chin in her hands, looking quite glum.

    Dragon Warrior

  • When troops rushed out of the woods to the right with a shout, reported Samuel Garland, Hill exclaimed, That must be the general advance!


  • Just as the ball reached its apex, two of the women members of the sixsome came walking out of the woods into the landing area.

    The Italian Summer

  • Like hunting dogs the Stukas had driven the eight Russian tanks out of the woods straight into the guns of the tank destroyers.

    Panzer Aces

  • Quickly he was told that a woman spy—Belle Boyd—had come out of the woods and reported the position of the enemy with so much clarity that the ambitious Taylor had determined to rush forward at once.


  • There were two of them, coming out of the woods now — two of Maggione's wiseguys for sure.


  • She told Joan about Carolyn Van Slyke's missing water bottle and Rory turning up out of the woods with a spare.

    Blood Lure

  • A little later, there was another dirt road on the same side, with the same sign and the same pipe barrier, and a little after that a fence came marching at an angle out of the woods and then ran along next to the road; an eight-foot-high chain-link fence with two strands of barbed wire angling outward at the top.

    Drowned Hopes


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