get out


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See: evacuate, quit
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If that woman does get out, and tries to get away, I can tie her!
It opened my eyes to the horrible pit, but to no ladder upon which to get out.
Her son (of whom I feel truly ashamed to be obliged to speak again so soon) made an effort to extricate his mother--involved himself in a series of pecuniary disasters, which commercial people call, I believe, transactions--struggled for a little while to get out of them in the character of an independent gentleman--failed--and then spiritlessly availed himself of the oleaginous refuge of the soap and candle trade.