way out

NOUN
  1. an opening that permits escape or release
    the canyon had only one issue
    he blocked the way out
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How To Use way out In A Sentence

  • At parties, it is like being in a maze: one constantly has to jump in the air in the hope of seeing a way out. Times, Sunday Times
  • Two bus-rides and a walk in the rain later we found the old dairy farm, muttering under our breaths about the wisdom of locating such an establishment way out in the sticks.
  • On his way out, he met Baldwin dressed soberly in a black frock coat and pantaloons.
  • We don't easily imagine anymore a naive, unsophisticated 14-year-old without the resources or experience to go it alone or see a way out of current circumstances.
  • Ambition never dies until there is no way out
  • The news orgs, by contrast, are doing this out of laziness and a hopeless addiction to portraying lefties as a kind of perennially-disappointed lost tribe who will never, ever find their way out of the wilderness. News Orgs: The Left Is Upset With Obama -- Even Though It Isn't
  • When I was a child, I would lie my way out of any situation.
  • The Kensington High Street rag reckons chuggers—paid workers who stop you in the street and persuade you to give over your bank details for charity—are well on their way out.
  • She grinned and turned on her heel, ready to bolt down the hallway and dart her way out of the prison.
  • When Wanda's little brother accidentally shrinks Ms. Frizzle and the kids, they end up trapped in a bathroom with no way out!
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