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  • 61out on a limb — {adv. phr.} With your beliefs and opinions openly stated; in a dangerous position that can t be changed. * /The president went out on a limb and supported a foreign aid bill that many people were against./ * /Grandfather went out on a limb before …

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  • 62Out in L.A. — Out in L.A. Compilation album by Red Hot Chili Peppers Released November 1, 1994 …

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  • 63Out of the Blue (1980 film) — Out of the Blue Directed by Dennis Hopper Produced by Paul Lewis Gary Jules Jouvenat Leonard Yakir Aaron Sadovnick …

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  • 64out cold — {adv.} or {adj.}, {informal} Unconscious; in a faint. * /The ball hit Dick in the head and knocked him out cold for ten minutes./ * /They tried to lift Mary when she fell down, but she was out cold./ Syn.: OUT LIKE A LIGHT(2). Compare: PASS OUT …

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  • 65out of one's head — or[out of one s mind] or[out of one s senses] also[off one s head] {adj. phr.}, {informal} Acting in a crazy way; especially, wildly crazy. * /The patient was feverish and out of his head and had to be watched./ * /Her friends thought she was out …

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  • 66out of sight — {adv. phr.} 1. Not within one s field of vision. * /The sailboat disappeared out of sight over the horizon./ 2. Extremely expensive. * /The builder s estimate was so high that it was out of sight./ 3. Unbelievable; fantastic; incredible (both in… …

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  • 67out cold — {adv.} or {adj.}, {informal} Unconscious; in a faint. * /The ball hit Dick in the head and knocked him out cold for ten minutes./ * /They tried to lift Mary when she fell down, but she was out cold./ Syn.: OUT LIKE A LIGHT(2). Compare: PASS OUT …

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  • 68out of one's head — or[out of one s mind] or[out of one s senses] also[off one s head] {adj. phr.}, {informal} Acting in a crazy way; especially, wildly crazy. * /The patient was feverish and out of his head and had to be watched./ * /Her friends thought she was out …

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  • 69out of sight — {adv. phr.} 1. Not within one s field of vision. * /The sailboat disappeared out of sight over the horizon./ 2. Extremely expensive. * /The builder s estimate was so high that it was out of sight./ 3. Unbelievable; fantastic; incredible (both in… …

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  • 70Out of the Cellar — Studio album by Ratt Released March 27, 1984 Recorded 1983 84 …

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