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on the outs

Slang definitions & phrases for on the outs

on the outs

adjective phrase

Estranged; alienated: The young couple are on the outs now (1887+)

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on the outs

No longer on friendly terms, as in They've been on the outs with their in-laws for years. This idiom appeared in the early 1900s and derives from the synonymous at outs, first recorded in 1824.
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