kit out

kit up

verbkits, kitting or kitted
  1. (tr, adverb) mainly British to provide with (a kit of personal effects and necessities)

  2. to provide with (an outfit of clothes)

Words Nearby kit out

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How to use kit out in a sentence

  • She could not say very much, either, for Berry always had the reply that she was spoiling kit out of all reason.

    The Sport of the Gods | Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • He slid a pocketbook-sized tool kit out of his belt, snapped it open.

    Lion Loose | James H. Schmitz
  • Upon this Tony turned and with a powerful swing of his left arm swept kit out off the bench onto the snow.

    Deering of Deal | Latta Griswold
  • It nearly subsided once, then began so vehemently that it brought kit out again.

    The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe | Amanda Minnie Douglas