out of it

ADJECTIVE
  1. unaware as a result of being uninformed
  2. excluded from an activity or social group
  3. unresponsive to stimulation
    drugged and senseless
    he lay insensible where he had fallen
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How To Use out of it In A Sentence

  • Considering my diminutiveness, the size of the pail in my lap, and my drinking out of it my breath held and my face buried to the ears in foam, it was rather difficult to estimate how much I drank. Chapter 3
  • Many of the wrecks around our coasts are either mine or torpedo victims, and either way there is a colossal bang, the ship gets a big chunk blown out of it and the rest lands in a heap nearby.
  • Julian ought to have resigned, then he'd have come out of it with some credit.
  • Troops found the church with large holes blasted out of its cement walls and its tin roof collapsed.
  • While he was busy, I punched a Tylenol caplet out of its plastic bubble. Ancient, Strange, and Lovely
  • I'll get all the engine cowls off, get all the dust out of it, and a lot of areas have to be repolished.
  • I felt rather out of it in France because I can't speak French.
  • We're trying to drag the country out of its economic morass.
  • Staff have begun moving the remaining animals out of its zoo and mothballing the fairground.
  • Today, tourism has moved out of its ghettoes, with fincas, farmhouses and stone cottages reimagined as hotels and villas.
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