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Definition of "put out" []

  • The statistic of the number of outs a defensive player directly caused. (noun)
  • Taking offense; indignant. (adjective)
  • To place outside or eject. (verb)
  • To produce. (verb)
  • To injure a part of the body, especially a joint. (verb)

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Use "put out" in a sentence
  • "The prosecution put out a lot of dots, but they couldn't connect them, says Lawrence Kobilinsky, chairman of the Department of Sciences at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York."
  • "The blast sent a huge cloud of black smoke over Baghdad's Andalus square, and firefighters struggled to put out the blaze."
  • ""Why would I want to put out there on my license - hey, I'm a nut job," said Marvin Myers, president of the Georgia Vietnam Veterans Alliance Inc."