eat out

VERB
  1. eat at a restaurant or at somebody else's home
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How To Use eat out In A Sentence

  • Indianapolis beat out nearly 100 other cities as the site for a huge United Airlines maintenance center.
  • But he's a timid child, fearful of water, heights, spiders, darkness and the great outdoors.
  • I'm too tired to cook tonight; shall we eat out?
  • The rugged terrain to be negotiated and the 32-km distance to be slogged from Eravikulam hut to Konalar fishing hut at a lower altitude of 1,889 m made the members sweat out in just five hours.
  • There are those who eat out for a special occasion, or treat themselves.
  • So to lead off the first inning, Jeter knocked a dribbler into the grass by the third base line, and beat out what was effectively a swinging bunt for his 2,995th hit, and his first since June 13. Jeter Gets It Going as Sabathia Wins His 12th Game
  • A couple more flicks of the switch adjust the flame height and heat output.
  • The 21-year-old student from Venice, Calif., beat out Chase, a 24-year-old pro race car jackman from Fairview, N.C., by one vote. Survivor: Nicaragua Winner Revealed
  • He moved my hands and made the sticks pound against the drumheads and beat out a rhythm.
  • Once the symptoms begin to abate and you can move around comfortably, mild physical exertion may help sweat out the evil humors.
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