from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. to rap out, to utter hastily and violently; as, to rip out an oath.
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She dropped on him, claws clutching and unclutching in air, in anticipation of the glob of entrails they were about to rip out of his exposed gut.
Generating more than 6 million pounds of thrust, they certainly had the muscle to rip out the hold-down bolts and destroy the vehicle in the process.
Fussing at you for trying to rip out a guy’s tongue.
He reached for the telephone and began giving orders for the available I-231 to be sent to the surgery, for men to rip out the cafeteria cooling equipment, and for such other things as Doc requested.
His mouth opened, widened, his teeth glistening, as he prepared to rip out Seth’s throat.
One leg remained anchored-but now he had anchorage to rip out of the clutch of the demon weed.