from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- preposition From within to the outside of.
- preposition From a given condition.
- preposition From an origin, source, or cause.
- preposition In, especially intermittently in.
- preposition In a position or situation beyond the range, boundaries, limits, or sphere of.
- preposition In a state or position away from the expected or usual.
- preposition From among.
- preposition In or into a condition of no longer having.
- idiom (out of it) Not aware of or participating in a particular group, pursuit, or trend.
- idiom (out of it) Disoriented or inebriated.
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- preposition From the
insideto the outsideof ; having emergedfrom.
- preposition Not part of.
- preposition With the
- preposition Without; no longer in possession of; not having more;
- preposition Not in a customary or desired state.
- preposition Expressing a fraction or a ratio.
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- adverb motivated by
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