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phrasal verb [transitive]
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present tense
I/you/we/theygo out of
he/she/itgoes out of
present participlegoing out of
past tensewent out of
past participlegone out of
  1. go out of someone/something if a feeling or quality goes out of someone or something, they do not have it anymore

    All the excitement had gone out of living in the city.

    Synonyms and related words for this sense of go out of
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