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look out for number oneTo act in one's own interests; to act in a manner advantageous primarily to oneself.Rate it:

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luck outTo experience great luck; to be extremely fortunate or lucky.Rate it:

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luck outTo have run out of luck.Rate it:

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make a monkey out ofTo cause a person, organization, or action to appear foolish or inferior; to subject someone or something to ridicule..Rate it:

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make outTo discern.Rate it:

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make outTo kiss or to make love.Rate it:

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make outTo succeed; to turn out or end up.Rate it:

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make out like a banditTo profit greatly; to get an excessively good deal.Rate it:

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making a mountain out of a molehillIn the process of making a judgement call relative to a situation or incident one can easily gather unconfirmed reports, unsubstantiated evidence which can lead to making a mountain out of a molehill.Rate it:

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map out my dayList tasks, phone-calls, errands, must-do's, for the day.Rate it:

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map out my dayAn action to formulate, plan, schedule one's energies, or attention to various agendas in order of importance:Rate it:

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miss outTo miss an experience or lose an opportunity, etc. that should not be missed.Rate it:

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monkeys might fly out of my buttusually used as a response (often with hint of sarcasm) to a situation that you think there is no chance of ever occurringRate it:

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murder will outA murderer will always be discovered.Rate it:

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murder will outSecrets or hidden crimes will eventually be exposed or discovered.Rate it:

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night outGoing away from one's usual residence for an entire night, and returning the next day.Rate it:

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night outSpending the evening away from one's usual residence. The phrase typically implies going to a restaurant, going to watch entertainment, or other types of urban nightlife, starting from about 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. and lasting until approximately 11:00 pm or later.Rate it:

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nose out of jointAn emotional state where someone is in a bad mood because he/she has been offended by or taken exception (objected) to some action.Rate it:

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not a hair out of placeThe appearance, condition, presence of a subject which is ideal, almost perfectRate it:

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not outUsed other than as an idiom. not out; in.Rate it:

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not outnot dismissed and having not retired.Rate it:

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nut outTo find a solution for, to work out the finer details, especially in a group discussion.Rate it:

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nut outTo become crazy, especially with rage.Rate it:

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odd one outSomething or someone in a group that is different or exceptional, that does not fit.Rate it:

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once the toothpaste is out of the tube!Once the story is revealed, once the truth in the matter is revealed, the result is nothing can be reversed, the exposure is cast in stone.Rate it:

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out and aboutTraveling; out; moving; engaged in regular day to day activities.Rate it:

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out datedold fashionedRate it:

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out for bloodWith the intent of killing somebody (especially out of revenge).Rate it:

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out like a lightAsleep or unconscious, particularly if this has occurred suddenly and the sleep is deep.Rate it:

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out loudUsing the voice; not silently; aloud.Rate it:

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out of boundsBeyond the bounds of civility or morality; extremely unreasonable.Rate it:

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out of boundsProhibited to enter.Rate it:

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out of central castingConforming to the stereotypical image of a particular type of person or group.Rate it:

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out of characterInconsistent with one's personality, disposition, or usual expected behaviour.Rate it:

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out of characterNot in character; not successfully performing within the mindset of a given character in a theatrical performance. See also break character, drop character.Rate it:

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out of dateNot current, outmoded, out of style, or too old to be used.Rate it:

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out of fixWrong, broken, nonfunctional.Rate it:

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out of gasLacking fuel.Rate it:

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out of gasTired; lacking energy or motivation.Rate it:

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Out of His SkullCrazy, Demented, Nuts, 'Gone Bananas!Rate it:

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out of house and homeCassandra Chrones Moore, Haunted Housing: How Toxic Scare Stories Are Spooking the Public Out of House and Home.Rate it:

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out of house and homeGail White, Partying with the Intelligentsia.Rate it:

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out of house and homeGlobal Checkup: How Healthy is Earth?, Science NOW.Rate it:

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out of house and homeHelping Your Dog Adjust to a New Home, The Progressive Animal Welfare Society.Rate it:

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out of house and homeIn a manner that deprives one of dwelling or some aspect thereof.Rate it:

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out of itDisoriented; not thinking clearly.Rate it:

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out of itDrunk.Rate it:

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out of itNot participating in some trend or group.Rate it:

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out of kilterDisturbed; out of order; not working or adjusted properly.Rate it:

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out of lineInappropriate or unsuitable, especially by reason of being unmannerly or indelicate.Rate it:

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