going out


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going out

v. court slang for "going to trial," meaning the trial will start either right away or shortly, as in "your case is going out Thurdsday at 10 a.m. in Department 9."

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They made the best of their way home in hurry enough; and giving the alarm to their comrades, they kept close all that day and the next, going out only at night to make their observation: but they had the good luck to be undiscovered, for wherever the savages went, they did not land that time on the island, but pursued some other design.
Besides he's asked me to fix my own day, and I'll just go one evening when I'm not going out with you.
Dick's going out to bed, I sat down to write my letter to the two old ladies.