from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. Beyond the designated boundaries or limits.
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- adv. beyond designated limits
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. outside the delimited playing field.
- adj. barred to a designated group.
- adj. Beyond the limits of the expected standard of taste or propriety.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. outside the foul lines
- adj. barred to a designated group
- n. a line that marks the side boundary of a playing field
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What Lash now calls out-of-bounds, though, is the extent to which MSNBC pundit Lawrence O'Donnell has turned the attack personal.
Two quick completions out-of-bounds and now the Jags were looking at a 59-yard field goal with a slight breeze at the back of Josh Scobee, who had been making kicks from more than 60 in that direction in warmups.
At no point did CNN anchors ask Democrat guests if the remarks were out-of-bounds.
They went on shopping trips, explored the crowded flower markets, and visited out-of-bounds Chinese restaurants where they sampled the different cuisines—Fukinese, Pekinese, Annamese, Szechuan, and Cantonese.
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Perhaps it is simply that the litigious nature of North Americans that generally makes such sites out-of-bounds, here.
We both love the game and are thrilled to share a hobby, even when we spend half an hour looking for my out-of-bounds balls!
"Newt Gingrich's attacks are called 'foolish,' 'out-of-bounds' and 'disgusting,' " said a television ad aired by a group backing Mr. Romney now running in South Carolina, which holds its primary Jan. 21, and Florida, which votes Jan. 31.
The out-of-bounds charge -- that he was being blackmailed, not that he was gay -- was seen as ludicrous in Washington, but Kerry told a colleague, according to a Democrat briefed on the conversation, that the homophobic attacks in South Carolina had driven Graham away.
Coughlin himself could be one of the injured this week, after taking a sideline hit when Jets linebacker Aaron Maybin hit back D.J. Ware out-of-bounds and into the Giants coach.