Definitions

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  • adj. New, radical and extreme.
  • interj. Cool; great; an expression of support, enthusiasm, or celebration.

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Examples

  • The oath resembled a wavelet far out to sea; a few took it at once, and having taken it, persuaded others to do so, until it became a tidal wave of swearing.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • To know why you wanted something, why you desired a person, the real reasons why, the behind-the-reasons reasons … It could be thorny and layered, the answers hiding in the shadows, submerged even, in some depths too far out of your view.

    The Six Rules of Maybe

  • They were far out of range of catapults and other artillery on the mainland.

    Alexander the Great

  • West placed a couple of trees slightly to the left ofVictory, while Big Ears placed two of the big pots far out of the way, over by the doorway that led south, toward the side of the Louvre that overlooked the River Seine.

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  • We were on our way back to shore now, thank God, but we were far out enough that homes along the beach looked like pastel doll-houses.

    Paradise Lost

  • I can put Elias Bishop at Queensborough, but Joe McCaldren refuses to go so far out of Sydney Town, and Peter Hibbs and James Proctor want adjoining pieces right in the middle of the island.

    Morgan’s Run

  • Machias Seal was too far out to sea to be relevant, which left six.

    The Killing Kind

  • Undeterred, she portaged another fleet to the Sinus Arabicus, but sent the ships to Berenice, far out of reach of Malchus.

    Antony and Cleopatra

  • Even the most serious surge-monkeys never bent their bodies that far out of shape.

    Extras

  • I can still remember the looks of Andy Cammaker, who had beautiful black curly hair, who had milky white skin and freckles, and who was so far out of reach to me.

    Everything I Needed to Know About Being a Girl I Learned from Judy Blume

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