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PREPOSITIONS. Out a preposition

Out (out from) is used as a preposition like forth.

“You have push'd out your gates the very defender of them.

(Early Eng. "Come out Ireland," "Out this land.")

“Out three years old.

, “beyond three years.”

Explained by Nares, "completely."

From out. See 157.

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