out of bounds

NOUN
  1. a line that marks the side boundary of a playing field
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How To Use out of bounds In A Sentence

  • American parents may soon be able to rule violent TV programmes out of bounds.
  • The fall led to a five-tenths automatic deduction, and each foot out of bounds counted one-tenth of a point.
  • Watson nearly caused a touchback, as the ball narrowly missed the endzone on its way out of bounds.
  • That's led to an assumption that current - day topics are out of bounds.
  • Whether or not people choose to give it credence is up to them – but who are you to declare it out of bounds? Matthew Yglesias » Harold Ford Goes Negative . . . on Eleanor Roosevelt
  • David Lightman, Miami Herald, Out of bounds: McCain-Palin misdirect blame for immigration flop Discourse.net: Friday McCain/McSame Bashing (Repaired)
  • he sliced his drive out of bounds
  • Blackbird" (which is arguably not a love song) sung in operatic voice is a little out of bounds for me, but overall, von Otter and Mehldau's partnership is full of fresh ideas. Shawn Amos: PLAY > SKIP: New Music for Oct. 26
  • The water becomes so deep at the bottom of Castlegate it is out of bounds to pedestrians without waders or wellingtons.
  • Is spiking the ball and getting out of bounds an unteachable skill?
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