"out" Definition

  1. a dram glass. These glasses are two-OUT (half-quartern), three-OUT, and four-OUT. An _habitué_ of a gin-shop, desirous of treating a brace of friends, calls for “a quartern of gin and three OUTS,” by which he means three glasses which will exactly contain the quartern. Really, the word glasses is understood. The man actually means, and one or more three-OUT glasses.
  2. in round games, where several play, and there can be but one loser, the winners in succession STAND OUT, while the others PLAY OFF.

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Position in the dictionary: 2464 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: out and out, out of collar, out on the loose, out on the pickaroon., outcry, outing, outsider, over, over!, overs
Previous words in the dictionary: ottomy, otter, originator, organ-grinder, orate, oracle, open the ball, onion, one-er, one in ten

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