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out of phase (with something)

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishout of phase (with something)out of phase (with something)British English not happening together in the right way Nizan’s views were out of phase with the political climate of the time. phase
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out of phase (with something)Stephen Legate looked out of phase in the unison tableaux.But his self-image had become so out of phase with reality that he wanted to shoot his own leg.We were out of phase with the usual nighttime crowd.
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Word of the day atypical not typical or usual