Out-of in a sentence

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How to use out-of in a sentence. Out-of pronunciation.

I take it for granted, therefore, that the out-of- town summer has come to stay, for all who can afford it, and that the chief sorrow attending it is that curse of choice, which I have already spoken of.
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We want a book about the unknown Italian painters in out-of- the-way Italian valleys during the times of the decadence of art.
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Considering the out-of- the-way district, Mr. Braddock thought it an excellent price to get.
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In 1903, the subjects were Stories about dragons, Stories about soldiers, Stories about shipwrecks, Stories about out-of- doors, Stories of real people told by themselves, Stories about adventures, Stories about pictures, Stories about the West, the object being to give the children of the upper grammar grades a glimpse into interesting books of which they might otherwise never hear.
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Finally, Mr. Bundy was brought home by the police one night with a broken head, and then Mrs. Gilbert had withdrawn the signs, cancelled the lease, turned Mr. Bundy out-of- doors, and retired to live with a step-sister of her brother's wife's father near the Arsenal; good Mrs. Munroe was not certain whether on Delaware Avenue, or whether on T Street, U Street, or V Street.
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We have occasional lovely sunny days, when it is warmer out-of- doors than in-and when those days came, I dug a bit in the dirt, planted tulips and sweet peas.
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The doctor and I were taking our coffee out-of- doors, on the north side of the house, in the, shade of the ivy-clad wall of the old grange.
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Examples of Out-of

Example #1
He was kind to some neglected talents, and befriended them with a vigor and a zeal which he would have been the last to let you call generous.
Example #2
In my last knowledge of him he was much milder than when I first knew him, and I have the feeling that he too came to own before he died that man cannot live by snapping-turtle alone.
Example #3
There is ample material for one who has the time at his command.
Example #4
It is a small still voice, which, however small, can be heard through and above the roar of cant which tries to drown it.
Example #5
She thought the reverse, but confessed that double the sum would not have altered her opinion.
Example #6
Those marshalled battalions of Debit and Credit were in hostile order, the weaker simply devoted to fighting for delay, when a winged messenger bearing the form of old Mr. Braddock descended to her with the reconciling news that a hermit bachelor, an acquaintance of Mr. Redworth's-both of whom wore a gloomy hue in her mind immediately-had offered a sum for the purchase of The Crossways.