How to use Be-out-for in a sentence
She'll be out for a while.
It'll be out for the summer in a few weeks.
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.
Also missing will be reserve goalkeeper Jason Jones, who will be out for a couple of weeks with a sprained ankle.
Incidentally, there are also rumors running about that Kara DioGuardi may also be out for next season.Advertisement
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.
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.
I was so worried when I feared he would be out for weeks.