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Go out (To)


To rise in rebellion; the Irish say, “To be up.” To go out with the forces of Charles Edward. To be out with Roger More and Sir Phelim OʹNeil, in 1641.

“I thocht my best chance for payment was eʹen to gae out myself.”—Sir W. Scott: Waverley, 39.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Go (The)
Go along with You
Go-between (A)
Go it Blind
Go it, Warwick!
Go it, you Cripples!
Go of Gin
Go on all Fours
Go out (To)
Go through Fire and Water to serve you
Go to!
Go to the Wall (To)
Go without Saying (To)
Goat and Compasses
Gobbler (A)
Gobbo (Launcelot)
Gobelin Tapestry