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Definition of "spread out" [spread out]

  • Become further apart. (verb)
  • To place items further apart. (verb)

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Use "spread out" in a sentence
  • "It was as calm as a confessional in that ten-foot-square booth, with the range, and the day, spread out in front of me."
  • "Cath sat down on the floor with her legs spread out in front of her, holding the wild-eyed Sinky to her face."
  • "Ishmael looked up from his newspaper, which was spread out across the big table in the dim vastness of the dining room of Mrs. O'Shaughnessy's boardinghouse."
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