go out

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  • verb

Synonyms for go out

leave the house to go somewhere

take the field

become extinguished

go out of fashion

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date regularly

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Is it something that we would continually allow, for him to go out there and not be himself?
I've seen (pitchers in Japan) throw bullpens, bullpens, bullpens and then go out and throw five innings in spring training.
I just realized I'm not Kevin Brown, and I can never go out on the mound at any time and think I'm going to coast because it's not going to happen,'' Herges said.
I'm just happy every time I go out that I get a lot of runs.
A couple of the guys were joking that I should put on a shoe and go out there,'' Young said.