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Black out   Listen
black out  v. i.  To experience a temporary loss of consciousness, memory, or vision.

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"Black out" Quotes from Famous Books

... innermost cave of all—namely, the third cavern which we have alluded to as being Mary's dormitory. By pulling this cord, the result—instantaneous and hideous—would be, that a deluge of water would drown the fire black out, fill the cavern with hot suffocating steam and ashes, ...
— The Wild Man of the West - A Tale of the Rocky Mountains • R.M. Ballantyne

... Little Omassa had leaped too soon, the small brown hands with power to save were not extended. She grasped the empty air, gave a despairing cry, and as she whirled downward, had barely time to realize that the sun had gone black out in the sky, and that the world with its shrieking millions was thundering to its end, ...
— Stage Confidences • Clara Morris

Words linked to "Black out" :   pass out, change state, conk, redact, extinguish, swoon, edit, quench, darken, zonk out, blacken out, turn, snuff out, blackout, faint

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