bucket out


verb
  1. (tr) to empty out with or as if with a bucket

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How to use bucket out in a sentence

  • Twice on the trip, Welborn took a bucket out of the car, dipped water from the stream, and cooled the heated engine.

    David Lannarck, Midget | George S. Harney
  • I was glad, but my arm was the most glad part of me because it did have a tired feeling from holding the bucket out so long.

    The Story of Opal | Opal Whiteley
  • Then he pulled the bucket out of the water, set it beside him, and reached out after a locust.

    Little Busybodies | Jeanette Augustus Marks and Julia Moody
  • Let's take the bucket out, and let Shorty shoot his gun straight down into the well.

  • I made a bucket out of one of the dish-covers by slinging it in two ropes.