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- n. Alternative form of shutout.
- v. To prevent from scoring; to perform a shutout.
- v. To close a door on someone, or to exclude.
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- v. prevent from entering; shut out
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Finally, I said the Prayer for a Quick and Painless Death, and I shut out the light.
Gossage then silenced the Red Sox for five innings before giving way in the twelfth to Sparky Lyle, who shut out Boston until Graig Nettles hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the fourteenth.
The woods were filled with Norway pines, hemlocks, spruce, and tamaracks-great, somber trees that must have shut out the light even on the brightest days.
New York beat Los Angeles, 3-2, coming back to score three runs in the bottom of the ninth after being shut out for eight innings by Dodger ace Orel Hershisher.
The kildee and the mockingbird shunned the confinement of boughs that shut out the sun.
It is quite different from the gentle closure of the eyes which often accompanies, as Gratiolet remarks,19 the smelling a delicious odour, or the tasting a delicious morsel, and which probably originates in the desire to shut out any disturbing impression through the eyes.
The ultimate humiliation is being shut out or “schneidered.”
Odo shut out all else as he concentrated on a critical alteration of his body, then sent out both fists—
Tally turned away from the vulpine eyes, shut out the razor-blade voice.
“I can shut off the misery I see here on a daily basis by looking at this job as an athletic competition and shut out the hell and the havoc,” Bob Strunck told me.