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count out


  1. informal.
    to leave out; exclude

    count me out!

  2. (of a boxing referee) to judge (a floored boxer) to have failed to recover within the specified time See count 1
  3. to count (something) aloud

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Example Sentences

Still, it may be too early to count out Philadelphia and its legendary cheese steaks.

Never count out Roger Altman, financial success and former Treasury No. 2.

The King may be dead, but do not entirely count out the legacy of former Treasury Secretary Bob Rubin.

She had begun to count out the money, when a figure passing the window caught her eye.

You can count out five eggs and place them in a box, and say there are the same number of eggs as there are apples.

"Four thousand pounds, my wife tells me," Hunterleys remarked coolly, as he began to count out the notes.

Little John, go to the chest and count out four hundred pounds.

Cane again to the presupposed and ready eucalyptus tree, count out sherry and ripe plates and little corners of a kind of ham.





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