out of view

ADVERB
  1. no longer visible
    the ship disappeared behind the horizon and passed out of sight
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How To Use out of view In A Sentence

  • Here, the square, solid front of a mountain juts out in a flash of golden hue against the flank of another embosomed in woods and dyed in dark green and purple; there, floating shadows, the reflection of casual clouds, scud across the landscape, until they have coursed away far out of view. The Scenery at Chattanooga
  • Innes' own piece, an abstract work with deep purple and white squares, is not only placed out of view in a private room but has been hung at a slant.
  • By that time Magi had vanished out of view unaware that any one had seen her, creeping like a pantheress from rock to rock. The Eye of Zeitoon
  • Like when a collective-good, timely, important, informative diary entry appears bright and fresh ... and then immediately a dozen doofus drivels pushes it down the stack and out of view. My Take on Covering Potentially Taboo Topics Like Bristol Palin's Baby on OEN
  • But as it went out of view behind trees, he said there was a spluttering noise and a bang. The Sun
  • In many scenes filmed of the boat under way, McCook or Layton were in the wheelhouse, out of view or in a lower helm station while Clooney drove the boat.
  • The dark, humpy peak sneaks in and out of view over the next couple of days as we climb higher into the valley.
  • We climbed up this ridge (note people on right side of photo) to get a look at the siltstone and shale exposed in the gulley, which is mostly out of view. Clastic Detritus
  • * The main list should be less "flickery" when going in and out of views quickly. Toodledo News Feed
  • Harry even had to cover his face duck out of view to hide his uncontrolled guffaws.
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