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come into being, come out, enter, oblige, perform, play, take part, be created, be developed, be invented.
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Correct spelling:
out
Definition:
Without; not within or at home; as, to live out at service; abroad; forth; not in office, possession, or action; as, three players are out; not in existence or continuance; as, put the light out; in error; as, your figures are out; without restraint or fully; loudly; as, to speak out.

Synonyms:

adjective
absent
no-show, nonexistent, void, absent, lacking, departed, abstract, wanting, away, elsewhere, missing, empty, gone, vacant, truant, Omitted.
all
extinct, out.
asleep
sleeping, flaked out, Resting, inactive, napping, conked, on the kip, getting shut-eye, in repose, dormant, out of it, Snoozing, somnolent, snoring, inert, hibernating, out cold, dreaming, in dreamland, taking forty winks, Reposing, out like a light, comatose, slumbering, catching some zzz's, sacked out, Crashed, dozing, out*.
broken
inoperable, out of kilter, wracked, feeble, coming unstuck, wrecked, out of whack, on the fritz, out of commission, ruined, imperfect, defective, on the shelf, in the shop, disabled, kaput, gone to pieces, in disrepair, haywire, spent, gone to pot, fallen apart, shot, run-down, on the blink, unsatisfactory, weak, in need of repair, faulty, screwed up, coming unglued, not functioning, out of order, gone, busted.
comatose
senseless, vegged out, sluggish, Soporose, dopey, drowsy, stuporous, hebetudinous, stupefied, stupid, slumberous, lethargic, out to lunch, Inconscious, insensible, drugged, sleepy, dead to the world, torpid.
ecstatic
upbeat, mad, euphoric, thrilled, floating, enraptured, crazy, flying high, athrill, joyous, dreamy, entranced, wild, turned on, sent, delirious, on cloud nine, in seventh heaven, sunny, overjoyed, enthusiastic, elated, fervent, Ravished, pleased as punch, tickled pink, frenzied, rhapsodic, Transported, in exaltation, gone*, tickled to death, high*, beatific, rapturous, joyful.
erroneous
inaccurate.
inappropriate
unfit, ill-matched, malapropos, improper, unsuited, unbefitting, unbecoming, inappropriate, unsuitable, inapt, of place, inapposite.
open
wide-open, ajar, wide, open.
out
old-hat, exhausted, not allowed, outmoded, extinguished, unacceptable, expired, dated, dead, cold, passé, unfashionable, used up, ended, at an end, behind the times, outside, Doused, demode, finished, absent, not on, antiquated, impossible, ruled out, old-fashioned, away.
outmoded
horse and buggy, fossilized.
outward
toward the edge, to the eye, from within, the eye, on the surface.
unavailable
unaccessible, Non-existent.
unfashionable
passer.
unpopular
wimpy, Disfavored, out of favor, nerdy, unaccepted, un-valued, unvalued, uncared for, dripper.
wrong
incorrect, misfigured, Misconstrued, not right, fluffed, ungrounded, off-target, out of line, not precise, sophistical, on the wrong track.
adverb
completely
totally, utterly, completely.
forth
alee, into the open.
adverb
all
out.
aside
separately, out of the way, afar, nearby, down, in isolation, in reserve, abreast, alongside, neck and neck, privately, alone, near, apart, by oneself, Beside, sidewise.
forth
forth.
out
Without, out of doors, outward.
interjection
go away
Begone.
noun
act
out.
argument
beef, dustup, bone, brush, bone to pick, romp, feud, crusher, wrangle, exchange, gin, finisher, run-in, hassle, debate, difference of opinion, quarrel, falling, shindy, ruction, words, tiff, rhubarb, stew, knockdown, blowup, fuss, dispute, bone of contention, out, face-off, donnybrook, brannigan, clash, static*, altercation, controversy, talking heads, squabble, scrap, ruckus, knock down and drag out, row, brawl, scene, spat, disagreement, go*, bickering, rumpus, flap, set-to.
beyond
distant, removed, beyond.
escape
disappearance, decampment, duckings, beat, leave, rescue, desertion, by-passing, elopement, retreat, awol, breakout, runaround, dodging, elusiveness, elopements, abdication, spring, liberation, flight, avoidance, eschewal, break, freedom, outbreak, circumvention, ducking, departure, powder, slip, fadeout, deliverance, elusion, bypassing, extrications, elusions, lam, extrication, bolt, release, sidestepping, shunning, hegira, evasiveness, withdrawal, evasion.
lam
escapement.
old fashioned
dated, low-tech, obsolete, antiquated, primitive, old-time, archaic, Old World.
out
outer, unstylish, unfashionable, come out of the closet, come out, out of fashion, away.
plea
Pleadings, cop-out, copout, fish tale, cop-outs.
unconscious
insensible, unconscious.
verb
come out
be brought out, be disclosed, break*, be reported, be made known, transpire, be exposed, be announced, be divulged, be revealed, be released, leak*, debut, be promulgated, be issued, get out, appear, be published.
communication
come out, out.
Examples of usage:
  1. I'd be old when I got out." – They of the High Trails by Hamlin Garland
  2. What it was we could not make out. – The Red-Blooded Heroes of the Frontier by Edgar Beecher Bronson
  3. " But see if you can find out what is going on. – Blindfolded by Earle Ashley Walcott
  4. Take it out of that. – Running Sands by Reginald Wright Kauffman
  5. You go out at night! – Countess Kate by Charlotte M. Yonge

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