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Last edited on Jul 19 Vote how vulgar the word is — not how mean it is. Logged-in users can add themselves to the map. Login , Register , Login instantly with Facebook. Alrighty , guys, it's time to head out. Let's make like a baby and head out. Citation from " Oh hi, Kate, you look great!
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Synonyms for head out disappear escape flee fly go move quit retire start take off withdraw abscond decamp defect desert ditch elope embark emigrate exit flit forsake issue migrate part relinquish sally scram split vacate vamoose vanish beat it break away clear out come away cut out give the slip go away go forth move out pull out push off remove oneself ride off run along say goodbye set out slip out step down take a hike take leave walk out MOST RELEVANT. Instinctively she put her head out of the window to look back at them. Hamish put his head out at the window, nodding to some one who was passing. We had five minutes' conversation, my head out of the carriage window. Murgatroyd popped his head out of his miniature sleeping-cabin. Tell me about it first, and meanwhile perhaps I'll have got my head out of the slime. And Hephzy, too, was silent, although she kept her head out of the window most of the time. Then straighten your face and go stick your head out the window.
Depart, begin a journey, as in The ship was heading out to sea , or When do you head out again? Follow or pursue, as in Since they knew the way, we headed out after them , or A police car headed out after the car thieves. Head out is an informal verb meaning to leave or depart. It is a phrasal verb , meaning it is a phrase that functions as a verb and is formed from a combination of a verb and a function word like a preposition. Head out is used informally. It can be used in almost any case where you might use leave. See you tomorrow!