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Definition of "move out" []

  • To vacate one's place of residence. (verb)

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Use "move out" in a sentence
  • "If the Indians stood to benefit from this apparently enlightened directive, its principal and overriding purpose was to keep the commerce of the westward-moving population which threatened to move out of reach “in just subordination to and dependence upon this kingdom,” as one minister remarked."
  • "Ewell's infantry were to turn westward at Strasburg and move out on the road by which Frémont was advancing eastward from Wardensburg."
  • "With the Madrid Middle East peace process still shaky, however, Baker declined to pull the trigger, although he said we should do everything else necessary to be sure we could move out quickly once the word was given."
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