out of sight

ADVERB
  1. no longer visible
    the ship disappeared behind the horizon and passed out of sight
  2. quietly in concealment
    he lay doggo
ADJECTIVE
  1. not accessible to view
    in stormy weather the stars are out of sight
    concealed (or hidden) damage
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How To Use out of sight In A Sentence

  • My job was often actually throwing the dart out of sight, since they were hopeless at aiming. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the mirror Dog saw a car nose round the end of the pantechnicon, then quickly reverse out of sight. THE ONLY GAME
  • I got my boyfriend to come and see and we saw them move fast past the front of our house and out of sight.
  • It could be anyone, but still her stomach turns, and she's glad when the man comes and Jimmy folds the paper, tucks it away and out of sight.
  • Fussell’s topmost denizens were “out of sight” in hilltop manses at the end of long, curving driveways. Class Dismissed
  • By day, he has to remain out of sight, but in the evening, he pushes his cart out and chooses a place where he is unlikely to be hassled by the police.
  • Scragg, meanwhile, stuck to her graymare, and went bumping along to the admiration of all beholders, and was soon out of sight: luckily a joskin, who witnessed my dear aunt's immersion, ran to her assistance, and, with the help of his pitch-fork, safely landed her; for unfortunately the pond was not above three or four feet deep! and so she missed the chance of being an angel! Sketches — Volume 05
  • Hide practical tools, from dish drainers to plastic bottles of anything out of sight and stage the kitchen as carefully as your living room and bedrooms.
  • Hardwood trees stretched out of sight towards the distant sky; five-fingered orchids crawled up their trunks, and huge ferns spilled over their roots across the mossy path.
  • Just beneath the surface, out of sight of the watch, she had hit what is referred to in sailing circles as a growler.
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