Textual thesaurus for "out"

(adj) extinct

being out or having grown cold

threw his extinct cigarette into the stream; the fire is out

(adj) stunned, kayoed, knocked out, KO'd

knocked unconscious by a heavy blow

(adj) prohibited, proscribed, verboten, forbidden, taboo, tabu

excluded from use or mention

forbidden fruit; in our house dancing and playing cards were out; a taboo subject

(adv) away

from one's possession

he gave out money to the poor; gave away the tickets

(verb) come out

be made known; be disclosed or revealed

The truth will out

(verb) come out, come out of the closet

to state openly and publicly one's homosexuality

This actor outed last year