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on the outs (with somebody)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishon the outs (with somebody)on the outs (with somebody)American English informal arguing or not agreeing with someone Wilson is on the outs with his family because of his relationship with that woman. out
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on the outs (with somebody)I was always on the outs.Because of a dispute over a silver tea service, E1 and Rhoda had been on the outs for thirty years.But even in labor we were on the outs.
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