Example sentences for: out-of-

How can you use “out-of-” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • This makes Chatterbox, whose news addiction was fed by Out-of-Town News at an impressionable age, very sad.

  • Five years ago, Out-of-Town News sold 120 copies of the Sunday Los Angeles Times, or 100 of the Sunday Miami Herald ; now it's down to about 10 and eight, respectively.

  • With that in mind, Chatterbox invites readers to offer up to the Fray (scroll down to see how) suggestions about what Out-of-Town News should do to stem its losses.

  • But a few hours later, in a frivolous bit of mutual assistance that involves declaring it "Out-of-Towners Day" to promote the just-remade Neil Simon movie--oh, yes, they're remaking Neil Simon movies--who's at city hall giggling and simpering with the mayor: Steve Martin.

  • Still, Chatterbox hates to think that Out-of-Town News will become some sort of museum of print, a precious relic of a bygone age.


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