trip out

  1. get high, stoned, or drugged
    He trips every weekend
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How To Use trip out In A Sentence

  • Fortunately the highlights of the trip outweigh the overly somnambulistic detours, proving that it's the journey, not the destination that matters most.
  • Warm autumn weather and nervousness about the state of the economy combined to create a tough environment for shops and stores, the British Retail Consortium said in its monthly survey, conducted with the consultancy KPMG.The BRC said the value of sales in November was 0.7% higher than in the same month in 2010, but there had been an annual drop of 1.6% in so-called like-for-like sales, which strip out the effect of new floorspace added by retailers over the past 12 months. Spirit of Scrooge haunts Christmas shoppers
  • Before a trip out of town, I stopped for gas at the Shell station on Angell Street.
  • As I've been pressed for time with a forthcoming project and then a trip out of town, what follows are a few notes from each of those weekend contests.
  • The notorious acid flashback (where a person will trip out long after the last time they dropped a tab) happens when the body uses some of these fat reserves, thus releasing L.S.D. into the bloodstream.
  • You can also let Music Mixer strip out the vocals from music you already have.
  • For many, the day was a chance to have a family trip out and children seemed to be enjoying the excitement of the races as much as the adults and some were even picking out winners.
  • Strip out any damaged wiring.
  • And plan your next trip out this way - bring a picnic, camera, golf clubs, togs, walking shoes - and in winter, a raincoat just in case!
  • Make a Mobius strip out of a ribbon of mild steel and magnetise it.
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