Scrabble word: OUT
In which Scrabble dictionary does OUT exist?
Definitions of OUT in dictionaries:
- noun - (baseball) a failure by a batter or runner to reach a base safely in baseball
- verb - to state openly and publicly one's homosexuality
- verb - reveal (something) about somebody's identity or lifestyle
- verb - be made known
- adj - not allowed to continue to bat or run
- adj - being out or having grown cold
- adj - not worth considering as a possibility
- adj - out of power
- adj - excluded from use or mention
- adj - directed outward or serving to direct something outward
- adj - no longer fashionable
- adj - outside or external
- adj - outer or outlying
- adj - knocked unconscious by a heavy blow
- adv - away from home
- adv - moving or appearing to move away from a place, especially one that is enclosed or hidden
- adv - from one's possession
- In a direction away from the inside: go out of the office.
- Away from the center or middle: The troops fanned out.
- Away from a usual place: stepped out for a drink of water; went out for the evening.
- Out of normal position: threw his back out.
- From inside a building or shelter into the open air; outside: The boy went out to play.
- In the open air; outside: Is it snowing out? 5.
- From within a container or source: drained the water out.
- From among others: picked out the thief in the crowd.
- To exhaustion or depletion: The supplies have run out.
- Into extinction or imperceptibility: The fire has gone out.
- To a finish or conclusion: Play the game out.
- To the fullest extent or degree: all decked out for the dance.
- In or into competition or directed effort: went out for the basketball team; was out to win.
- Into being or evident existence: The new car models have come out.
- Into public circulation: The paper came out early today.
- Into view: The moon came out.
- Without inhibition; boldly: Speak out.
- Into possession of another or others; into distribution: giving out free passes.
- Into disuse or an unfashionable status: Narrow ties have gone out.
- Into a state of deprivation or loss: voted the incompetent governor out.
- Out of consideration: A taxi is out, because we haven’t the money.
- In the time following; afterward: “to gauge economic conditions six months out” (Christian Science Monitor).
- So as to be retired, or counted as an out: He grounded out to the shortstop.
- Used in twoway radio to indicate that a transmission is complete and no reply is expected.
- Exterior; external: the out surface of a ship’s hull.
- Directed away from a place or center; outgoing: the out doorway.
- No longer fashionable.
- Not allowed to continue to bat or run; retired.
- Forth from; through: He fell out the window.
- Beyond or outside of: Out this door is the garage.
- One that is out, especially one who is out of power.
- A means of escape: The window was my only out.
- O Baseball.
- A play in which a batter or base runner is retired.
- The player retired in such a play.
- A serve or return that falls out of bounds in a court game.
- A word or other part of a manuscript omitted from the printed copy.
- To send (a tennis ball, for example) outside the court or playing area.
- To knock unconscious.
- verb - to be revealed
There are 3 letters in OUT: O T U
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