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way-out Sentence Examples

  • I dated her a few times, but she was way out of my league.

  • Maybe there was a way out of this yet.

  • If you feel that way, why did you come all the way out here to see me?

  • Surely you have time off as well, otherwise, how would you have time to come all the way out here.

  • If Giddon was involved in a drug ring, Tammy needed a way out.

  • He had offered her a perfect way out.

  • She glanced around the dimly lit room, desperately searching for a way out.

  • I was way out of line.

  • Had he brought her all the way out here to force himself on her?

  • I've been thinking on the way out here.

  • When I arrived at Detective Dick's door, he was on his way out.

  • Her memories wiggled their way out of the mud of her mind, and she sat upright.

  • Five minutes later, it returned, scorching her throat on the way out.

  • Sofia fingered the cell phone and credit card Damian thrust into her hands on her way out the door.

  • He passed it on his way out of town.

  • There had to be a way out of this.

  • A born warrior, he earned his way out by honing his dealmaking skills.

  • If you don't mark 'em all with rocks we're going to miss a turn on the way out and end up god-knows-where in the middle of the earth someplace.

  • And you'd better come too or you'll never find your way out of this hole.

  • Yeah. I guess we went in—a little way— but it wasn't so bad until the flashlight started dimming and I got scared we wouldn't find our way out in the dark.

  • But we piled stones pointing the way out at the turns.

  • You didn't drive this buggy all the way out to Colorado, did you?

  • If he comes in here, there's no way out.

  • The body was pretty far back and even then, we were lost before we crawled our way out.

  • We marked the way out of the mine but then he showed us he'd picked up our markings.

  • It seemed like hours before we found our way out.

  • You are the only way out of Hell, and I'm not about to make you a deal.

  • He led the way out of the barn.

  • It wasn't the brightest thing to walk all the way out to that shed without any protection after seeing the bear last night, either.

  • There's no way out of this?

  • You won't like trying to earn your way out of here, but I will.

  • Blinded by emotion, he made his way out of the underground compound without knowing where he went.

  • Maybe there was a way out of it yet.

  • She faced him, suddenly overly aware of how small the room was and the fact that he leaned against the only way out.

  • More than one way out of that place, as you discovered.

  • Kris finished tying his boots and crossed to the door, slamming it on his way out.

  • Dean thought a moment and then said, "Shipton is on his way out here."

  • Was he being unfair, taking the easy way out?

  • He traced her all the way out here, like some love-sick stalker.

  • It's a coward's way out.

  • He decided to take a walk to Coronet Park and grabbed a bag of bread on his way out for the ducks.

  • She stopped at the door on her way out and grabbed her work boots.

  • The nurse smiled up at him on her way out of the room.

  • Those in the room obeyed, too stunned to speak on their way out.

  • Straight to Death.  If what Gabe said was true, he was taking her to the only way out of the underworld.  And yet, she feared what that would mean.  Was she supposed to reason with Death?

  • As Darkyn had said, the underworld tempered his Immortal magic, but Rhyn felt the demon power broiling behind the constraints, seeking a way out of him.  He was sticking to his plan, though he no longer had time to find Death.

  • "He's bat-shit crazy, which is where I'll be soon if we don't find a way out of here," Katie replied.

  • Dean retrieved his car and fought his way out of town on roads thick with retreating commuters.

  • The late spring sun had finally fought its way out of the white haze and was slipping down in the west, painting the countryside in yellow brush strokes.

  • Going due east out I-84 is way out of his way.

  • It's way out in the boonies.

  • She wasn't sure what to do if she couldn't manipulate her way out of something.

  • Is there any way out of here?

  • She stiffly made her way out of the bedroll and limped to the bathroom.

  • I'll stop by on my way out and try to talk to him.

  • I offered you a way out.

  • Xander was wearing the necklace, or she'd retreat to the apartment and ransack it on her way out.

  • Her breathing was already quick, and he could almost see her trying to think of some way out of the mess.

  • She was gone in ten minutes, smiling at Jessi on her way out.

  • You had a choice and didn't take the easy way out.

  • There was no way out and no way to contact anyone.

  • The difficulty of connecting lightships and isolated lighthouses to the mainland by submarine cables, owing to the destructive action of the tides and waves on rocky coasts on the wll- shore ends, led many inventors to look for a way out of the difficulty by the adoption of some form of inductive Smith.

  • He is indeed careful to keep right with the orthodox doctrine of creation by saying that he does not believe the world actually arose in this mechanical way out of the three kinds of elements which he here supposes, but that he simply puts out his hypothesis as a mode of conceiving how it might have arisen.

  • He refused to put the vote of outlawry, uttered a few passionate words, cast off his official robes, declared the session at an end, and made his way out under protection of a squad of grenadiers.

  • The mature dragon-fly nymph, for example, makes its way out of the water in which the early stages have been passed and, clinging to some water-plant, undergoes the final ecdysis that the imago may emerge into the air.

  • A gnat pupa swims through the water by powerful strokes of its abdomen, while the caddis-fly pupa, in preparation for its final ecdysis, bites its way out of its subaqueous protective case and rises through the water, so that the fly may emerge into the air.

  • One way out of the difficulty is that the spinner should exercise his judgment and buy his raw material at what seems to him the most suitable times.

  • On the 11 th of April, however, they fell into a trap laid by the Zulus and with difficulty cut their way out.

  • The clear juice in the meantime flows over the edge of the cylindrical vessel without disturbance and finds its way out by the short leg of the siphon, and so passes to the canal for collecting the defecated juice.

  • Booth's scheme for Social Relief, described in In Darkest England, and the Way Out (1890), attracted wide-spread interest, and was started with subscriptions amounting to over £ioo,000.

  • Gladstone; In Darkest England and the Way Out (1890); Bramwell Booth, Social Reparation; Servants of All (1899); Booth-Tucker, The Life of Catherine Booth (1892); Railton, Heathen England; Twenty-one Years' Salvation Army; Arnold White, Truth about the Salvation Army (1892, 1900 and 1906); The Great Idea (1909; 2nd ed., 1910); T.

  • The chain dips below the water, then rises into the furnace and passes down into the other trough on its way out.

  • Some way out of the town is the Musee Ariana (extensive art collections), left, witha fine park, in 1890 to the city by a rich citizen, Gustave Revilliod.

  • His troops were raw and possessed no decisive superiority in numbers, and sharp fighting took place when the garrison of Donelson tried to cut its way out.

  • He had not the genius to find a way out of the French entanglement or the skill to steer a constitutional monarchy between rival factions.

  • The secularization of Prussia was opposed by the more religious of Sigismund's counsellors, and the king certainly exposed himself to considerable odium in the Catholic world; but taking all the circumstances into consideration, it was perhaps the shortest way out of a situation bristling with difficulties.

  • At the present time very few Indian diamonds find their way out of the country, and, so far as the world's supply is concerned, Indian mining of diamonds may be considered extinct.

  • But we shall presently see that there may be another way out of this difficulty.

  • But when Fabre substituted dead individuals of her own species or live larvae of another genus, the Osmia had no scruple in destroying them, so as to bite her way out to air and liberty.

  • The young are forced to dig their way out and shift for themselves.

  • At the convention a way out of the difficulty - for a time at least - was found in a compromise, namely, that in the state about to be created the franchise in each constituent part should be that which existed before union was effected.

  • This the negus refused to do, and at length Bermudez was obliged to make his way out of the country.

  • No other way out for them is apparent, and it is clear that Edrioaster was not permanently and solidly fixed to the sea-floor.

  • Gradually the landowners discovered that the only practical way out of their difficulties was to give up the old custom of working the manorial demesne by the forced labor of their villeins, and to cut it up into farms which were rented out to free tenants, and cultivated by them.

  • put an end to the chance that a way out of domestic strife might be found in the vigorous prosecution of the French war.

  • trade had almost disappeared, the French and pirates of all nations had possession of the Channel, and the nation had lost heart, because there seemed no way out of the trouble save domestic strife, to which all looked forward with dismay.

  • Locke proposed some criticism of the necessary " limits of human understanding " as likely to open a way out of their difficulties.

  • extremity upon the Pamir plateau, and both extend in their respective continuations a long way out into the desert.

  • He persuaded both the League and King George of the necessity of convening a National Assembly for the revision of the Constitution, as the only safe and satisfactory way out of the dangerous situation.

  • (From Cheshire's Bees and Bee-keeping, Scientific and Practical.) from egg to perfect insect, with the latter biting their way out of sealed cells.

  • In such a case the formation of a chartered company may be the best way out of the difficulty.

  • Caught in the bend of the river Avon by the converging columns, and surrounded on all sides, the old earl attempted to cut his way out of the town to the northward.

  • I dated her a few times, but she was way out of my league.

  • He barely recognized his cold voice as the retort forced its way out.

  • Maybe there was a way out of this yet.

  • If you feel that way, why did you come all the way out here to see me?

  • Surely you have time off as well, otherwise, how would you have time to come all the way out here.

  • If Giddon was involved in a drug ring, Tammy needed a way out.

  • He had offered her a perfect way out.

  • She glanced around the dimly lit room, desperately searching for a way out.

  • Did he consider Davis competition - or maybe a way out of his proposal?

  • I was way out of line.

  • Had he brought her all the way out here to force himself on her?

  • I've been thinking on the way out here.

  • When I arrived at Detective Dick's door, he was on his way out.

  • Her memories wiggled their way out of the mud of her mind, and she sat upright.

  • Five minutes later, it returned, scorching her throat on the way out.

  • Sofia fingered the cell phone and credit card Damian thrust into her hands on her way out the door.

  • He passed it on his way out of town.

  • There had to be a way out of this.

  • He'll bargain a way home and swallow it on his way out.

  • A born warrior, he earned his way out by honing his dealmaking skills.

  • If you don't mark 'em all with rocks we're going to miss a turn on the way out and end up god-knows-where in the middle of the earth someplace.

  • And you'd better come too or you'll never find your way out of this hole.

  • Yeah. I guess we went in—a little way— but it wasn't so bad until the flashlight started dimming and I got scared we wouldn't find our way out in the dark.

  • But we piled stones pointing the way out at the turns.

  • You didn't drive this buggy all the way out to Colorado, did you?

  • If he comes in here, there's no way out.

  • The body was pretty far back and even then, we were lost before we crawled our way out.

  • We marked the way out of the mine but then he showed us he'd picked up our markings.

  • It seemed like hours before we found our way out.

  • The two demons lurking in the shadows weren't opening the only way out of Hell for an Immortal.

  • He watched as past-Death disappeared through the only way out of Hell for regular Immortals like him.

  • You are the only way out of Hell, and I'm not about to make you a deal.

  • Surely no one would come all the way out here on a Sunday to seek veterinary services from Alex – especially not dressed like that... and on Easter morning.

  • He led the way out of the barn.

  • It wasn't the brightest thing to walk all the way out to that shed without any protection after seeing the bear last night, either.

  • There's no way out of this?

  • You would've burnt the place down on your way out the door if you could.

  • You won't like trying to earn your way out of here, but I will.

  • Blinded by emotion, he made his way out of the underground compound without knowing where he went.

  • Maybe there was a way out of it yet.

  • She faced him, suddenly overly aware of how small the room was and the fact that he leaned against the only way out.

  • More than one way out of that place, as you discovered.

  • Kris finished tying his boots and crossed to the door, slamming it on his way out.

  • Dean thought a moment and then said, "Shipton is on his way out here."

  • Was he being unfair, taking the easy way out?

  • He traced her all the way out here, like some love-sick stalker.

  • It's a coward's way out.

  • He decided to take a walk to Coronet Park and grabbed a bag of bread on his way out for the ducks.

  • She stopped at the door on her way out and grabbed her work boots.

  • The nurse smiled up at him on her way out of the room.

  • Those in the room obeyed, too stunned to speak on their way out.

  • Straight to Death.  If what Gabe said was true, he was taking her to the only way out of the underworld.  And yet, she feared what that would mean.  Was she supposed to reason with Death?

  • As Darkyn had said, the underworld tempered his Immortal magic, but Rhyn felt the demon power broiling behind the constraints, seeking a way out of him.  He was sticking to his plan, though he no longer had time to find Death.

  • "He's bat-shit crazy, which is where I'll be soon if we don't find a way out of here," Katie replied.

  • Dean retrieved his car and fought his way out of town on roads thick with retreating commuters.

  • The late spring sun had finally fought its way out of the white haze and was slipping down in the west, painting the countryside in yellow brush strokes.

  • Going due east out I-84 is way out of his way.

  • It's way out in the boonies.

  • She wasn't sure what to do if she couldn't manipulate her way out of something.

  • Is there any way out of here?

  • She stiffly made her way out of the bedroll and limped to the bathroom.

  • I'll stop by on my way out and try to talk to him.

  • I offered you a way out.

  • Xander was wearing the necklace, or she'd retreat to the apartment and ransack it on her way out.

  • Her breathing was already quick, and he could almost see her trying to think of some way out of the mess.

  • She was gone in ten minutes, smiling at Jessi on her way out.

  • You had a choice and didn't take the easy way out.

  • There was no way out and no way to contact anyone.

  • affluent enough to buy your way out you escape.

  • amazement as escapologist Steve Faulkner found his way out of a straitjacket and chains.

  • On the way out he held up the kettle and shouted " I am British " at which the entire room roared applause.

  • Goodnight, fellas and watch the door doesn't hit yer arses on the way out!

  • I am not seeking to spin my way out of the difficulties that currently beset the Conservative Party.

  • But the Act does not offer carte Blanche for anyone who might now think bankruptcy is the easiest way out.

  • cant beleive how obsurd some of these big companies are being, it seems I have no way out.

  • But the Act does not offer carte blanche for anyone who might now think bankruptcy is the easiest way out.

  • catfish festival all meals aboard way out bridge followed by the.

  • Then all the ladies had been handed a cone of rose petal confetti on the way out.

  • coveted by several clubs finally made his way out of Deepdale.

  • As the newly hatched baby cuckoo pokes it way out of its shell, it pushes the other eggs out of their rightful nest.

  • To spend decades on death row with only one way out execution.

  • Could Clint Eastwood really break his way out of Alcatraz armed only with some silver dimes, a spoon and a box of matches?

  • Catch 21 - unlike Catch22 - provides a way out - a way out of political disillusionment.

  • The old war droid goes on the rampage, shooting his way out of the site and into London itself.

  • eavesdrop on people 's conversations, and on the way out of Millions on Sunday I heard a great one.

  • James sought to mint his way out of trouble by forging coins bearing an effigy of himself.

  • enchanting fairytale, Creation Theater Company rarely take the easy way out.

  • five-star resort some way out of town.

  • fraternizeame ultra-revolutionary, sincerely and honorably fraternizing with the people, when bourgeois society had no way out but revolution.

  • frigging way out of a wooden horse.

  • hold the gyroscope firmly by the ends and pull the string all the way out as quickly as you can.

  • hang around or is there any way out.

  • Any job can seem humdrum after a while, and it can be hard to find a way out of your daily routine.

  • There was a minor kerfuffle as the kids tried to find their way out.

  • He is a left footed goal kicker with the ability to strike the ball a long way out of hand.

  • Some people see the way out of this situation in a return to kulak farming, in the development and extension of kulak farming.

  • Any bookmaker knows, when tha ' s in t ' lions den, T ' lions den, T ' lion's backside's the only way out.

  • It provides a way out of the current 'A ' level exam fiasco and, as such, may be hugely lucrative.

  • Small boys and other miscreants used to try to sneak in through the exits as paying patrons opened the door on their way out.

  • oppressed of the world a way out of their condition.

  • opts for abortion because she can see no way out of her crisis.

  • feeling completely pathetic, I managed to inch my way out of the cave, taking a final ' hit ' on the way.

  • petal confetti on the way out.

  • pod of five sperm whales has been trapped in the North Sea, seeking a way out.

  • They complete their growth within the grain, transform to white pupae, and the adults cut their way out.

  • rescue the princess (who can Kick her way out of trouble!

  • To spend decades on death row with only one way out execution.

  • These approaches combined show a potential way out of the current artificially created resource scarcity of spectrum.

  • But look here: I could see a way out of the difficulty, only you are so scrupulous.

  • Sherpa party found him shivering over a candle part way out of the cave.

  • Sherpa party found him shivering over a candle part way out of the cave.

  • Seeing no other way out of the situation, Julian gave a mental shrug and pulled the trigger.

  • How does Nagel provide a way out of philosophical skepticism?

  • sperm whales has been trapped in the North Sea, seeking a way out.

  • These kids are fighters ' white trailer trash ' looking for a way out.

  • Whilst holing the cannula 3 to 4 inches from the end withdraw the trocar two thirds of the way out.

  • Utopian socialism was unable to show a real way out.

  • way-out ideas in order to get attention, and often succeeded.

  • The contrary evidence, however, is just too weighty to allow such an easy way out.

  • Drove back to the hotel to pick up our luggage, then wended our way out to the motorway in rapidly increasing rain.

  • Lost whales For 10 days a pod of five sperm whales has been trapped in the North Sea, seeking a way out.

  • white trashs are fighters ' white trailer trash ' looking for a way out.

  • windless hole trying to fight their way out.

  • The difficulty of connecting lightships and isolated lighthouses to the mainland by submarine cables, owing to the destructive action of the tides and waves on rocky coasts on the wll- shore ends, led many inventors to look for a way out of the difficulty by the adoption of some form of inductive Smith.

  • He is indeed careful to keep right with the orthodox doctrine of creation by saying that he does not believe the world actually arose in this mechanical way out of the three kinds of elements which he here supposes, but that he simply puts out his hypothesis as a mode of conceiving how it might have arisen.

  • He refused to put the vote of outlawry, uttered a few passionate words, cast off his official robes, declared the session at an end, and made his way out under protection of a squad of grenadiers.

  • The mature dragon-fly nymph, for example, makes its way out of the water in which the early stages have been passed and, clinging to some water-plant, undergoes the final ecdysis that the imago may emerge into the air.

  • A gnat pupa swims through the water by powerful strokes of its abdomen, while the caddis-fly pupa, in preparation for its final ecdysis, bites its way out of its subaqueous protective case and rises through the water, so that the fly may emerge into the air.

  • One way out of the difficulty is that the spinner should exercise his judgment and buy his raw material at what seems to him the most suitable times.

  • On the 11 th of April, however, they fell into a trap laid by the Zulus and with difficulty cut their way out.

  • The clear juice in the meantime flows over the edge of the cylindrical vessel without disturbance and finds its way out by the short leg of the siphon, and so passes to the canal for collecting the defecated juice.

  • Booth's scheme for Social Relief, described in In Darkest England, and the Way Out (1890), attracted wide-spread interest, and was started with subscriptions amounting to over £ioo,000.

  • Gladstone; In Darkest England and the Way Out (1890); Bramwell Booth, Social Reparation; Servants of All (1899); Booth-Tucker, The Life of Catherine Booth (1892); Railton, Heathen England; Twenty-one Years' Salvation Army; Arnold White, Truth about the Salvation Army (1892, 1900 and 1906); The Great Idea (1909; 2nd ed., 1910); T.

  • The chain dips below the water, then rises into the furnace and passes down into the other trough on its way out.

  • This was a lame way out of the difficulty, for the queen could only confer precedence within her own realms, whereas an act of parliament bestowing the title of prince consort would have made the prince's right to rank above all royal imperial highnesses quite clear, and would have left no room for such disputes as afterwards occurred when foreign princes chose to treat Prince Albert as having mere courtesy rank in his wife's kingdom.

  • Some way out of the town is the Musee Ariana (extensive art collections), left, witha fine park, in 1890 to the city by a rich citizen, Gustave Revilliod.

  • His troops were raw and possessed no decisive superiority in numbers, and sharp fighting took place when the garrison of Donelson tried to cut its way out.

  • There is only one Neo-Kantian way out of this dilemma, but it is to alter the original assumptions of Kant's psychological idealism.

  • He had not the genius to find a way out of the French entanglement or the skill to steer a constitutional monarchy between rival factions.

  • The secularization of Prussia was opposed by the more religious of Sigismund's counsellors, and the king certainly exposed himself to considerable odium in the Catholic world; but taking all the circumstances into consideration, it was perhaps the shortest way out of a situation bristling with difficulties.

  • At the present time very few Indian diamonds find their way out of the country, and, so far as the world's supply is concerned, Indian mining of diamonds may be considered extinct.

  • But we shall presently see that there may be another way out of this difficulty.

  • But when Fabre substituted dead individuals of her own species or live larvae of another genus, the Osmia had no scruple in destroying them, so as to bite her way out to air and liberty.

  • The young are forced to dig their way out and shift for themselves.

  • At the convention a way out of the difficulty - for a time at least - was found in a compromise, namely, that in the state about to be created the franchise in each constituent part should be that which existed before union was effected.

  • This the negus refused to do, and at length Bermudez was obliged to make his way out of the country.

  • No other way out for them is apparent, and it is clear that Edrioaster was not permanently and solidly fixed to the sea-floor.

  • Gradually the landowners discovered that the only practical way out of their difficulties was to give up the old custom of working the manorial demesne by the forced labor of their villeins, and to cut it up into farms which were rented out to free tenants, and cultivated by them.

  • put an end to the chance that a way out of domestic strife might be found in the vigorous prosecution of the French war.

  • trade had almost disappeared, the French and pirates of all nations had possession of the Channel, and the nation had lost heart, because there seemed no way out of the trouble save domestic strife, to which all looked forward with dismay.

  • Locke proposed some criticism of the necessary " limits of human understanding " as likely to open a way out of their difficulties.

  • extremity upon the Pamir plateau, and both extend in their respective continuations a long way out into the desert.

  • He persuaded both the League and King George of the necessity of convening a National Assembly for the revision of the Constitution, as the only safe and satisfactory way out of the dangerous situation.

  • (From Cheshire's Bees and Bee-keeping, Scientific and Practical.) from egg to perfect insect, with the latter biting their way out of sealed cells.

  • In such a case the formation of a chartered company may be the best way out of the difficulty.

  • Caught in the bend of the river Avon by the converging columns, and surrounded on all sides, the old earl attempted to cut his way out of the town to the northward.

  • She said we would, and he took us way out on the track and put us on board our train.

  • Having forced his way out of the crowd of fugitives, Prince Andrew, trying to keep near Kutuzov, saw on the slope of the hill amid the smoke a Russian battery that was still firing and Frenchmen running toward it.

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