How to use Be-out-for in a sentence

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  • She'll be out for a while.

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  • It'll be out for the summer in a few weeks.

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  • When Dean pulled into his drive he was surprised to see the lights on, as he'd expected Fred to be out for the evening.

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  • Also missing will be reserve goalkeeper Jason Jones, who will be out for a couple of weeks with a sprained ankle.

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  • Incidentally, there are also rumors running about that Kara DioGuardi may also be out for next season.

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  • If you're up early and plan to be out for a while, you may want to throw on an extra layer over your summer clothing before it heats up in the afternoon or after it cools back off in the evening.

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  • For outside events where food may be out for a long period of time, practicing food safety correctly will help keep anyone from becoming sick.

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  • I was so worried when I feared he would be out for weeks.

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