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Hop out   /hɑp aʊt/   Listen
Hop out

verb
1.
Get out of quickly.  Synonym: get off.






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"Hop out" Quotes from Famous Books



... then changes his key, as if addressing the spectator. Though very shy, and carefully keeping himself screened when you show any disposition to get a better view, he will presently, if you remain quiet, ascend a twig, or hop out on a branch in plain sight, lop his tail, droop his wings, cock his head, and become very melodramatic. In less than half a minute he darts into the bushes again, and again tunes up, no Frenchman rolling his r's so fluently. C-r-r-r-r-r— ...
— Wake-Robin • John Burroughs

... of them often ate its own weight in food in a day and all their food had to be hunted for and when found carried back and put into the gaping little mouths. Hardly would Jenny Wren disappear in the little round doorway of her home with a caterpillar in her bill than she would hop out again, and Mr. Wren would take her place with a spider or a fly and then hurry away ...
— The Burgess Bird Book for Children • Thornton W. Burgess

... for birds to hop out of the nest, so I shall expect to see you over there before long, and ask you how you enjoy your first flight," said Randal, in a paternal tone that had a curious effect ...
— Kitty's Class Day And Other Stories • Louisa M. Alcott

... morning he saw Billy Bunny hop out of the hollow stump where he had hidden with the little lady bunny, you remember in the last story, to escape ...
— Billy Bunny and Uncle Bull Frog • David Magie Cory



Words linked to "Hop out" :   leave, exit, get out, go out, hop on



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