put out


put out
Synonyms and related words:
abash, abashed, abroad, addle, addle the wits, adrift, afflicted, aggravate, aggravated, agitated, ail, air, annoy, annoyed, appall, astound, astray, at sea, ball up, balled-up, be the matter, becloud, bedazzle, befuddle, beset, bewilder, bewildered, blow out, boot out, bother, bothered, bounce, bring out, broach, budget, bug, burn up, cast, cast down, cast out, chagrin, chagrined, chaotic, chapfallen, choke, chuck out, cloud, clueless, complicate matters, concern, confound, confuse, confused, cost, cost out, damp, daze, dazzle, defenestrate, deflate, detrude, disaccommodate, disadvantage, disappoint, disburse, discard, discharge, discombobulate, discomfit, discomfited, discomforted, discommode, discompose, discomposed, disconcert, disconcerted, discontent, disgrace, disgruntle, dishearten, dislodge, dismay, dismayed, disoblige, disordered, disorganize, disorganized, disorient, disoriented, display, displease, dispossess, disquieted, dissatisfy, distracted, distraught, distress, distressed, disturb, disturbed, divulge, douse, eject, embarrass, embarrassed, emit, employ, engrave, entangle, evict, exasperate, exasperated, exclude, exercise, exert, expel, expend, extinguish, extrude, flummox, flurry, fluster, flustered, flutter, fluttered, fog, fork out, fuddle, fuss, fussed, gall, get, get off, get out, give forth, give out, give the hook, go through, grate, guessing, harass, harm, heave out, hectograph, huffy, humble, humiliate, hung up, ill at ease, impose upon, impress, imprint, in a fix, in a jumble, in a maze, in a pickle, in a pother, in a pucker, in a scrape, in a stew, in a sweat, in a swivet, in a tizzy, incommode, inconvenience, incur costs, inflame, invest, irk, irritate, irritated, issue, jettison, jumbled, junk, kick downstairs, kick out, lay out, let down, lost, make known, make public, maze, mazed, miffed, mimeograph, mist, mix up, mixed-up, moider, mortified, mortify, muddle, multigraph, nettled, obtrude, off the track, open the purse, open up, oust, out, out of countenance, outlay, overprint, pay, pay out, peeved, perplex, perplexed, perturb, perturbed, piqued, plague, ply, pother, print, proof, prove, provoked, publish, pull, pull a proof, put about, put down, put forth, put to bed, put to inconvenience, put to it, put to press, put to shame, put to trouble, put-upon, puzzle, quash, quell, quench, raise hell, rattle, rattled, reissue, reject, remove, reprint, rile, roil, ruffle, ruffled, run, run off, run through, schedule, send forth, shaken, shame, shell out, shook, shuffled, silence, sink money in, slack, smother, snuff, snuff out, spend, splurge, squander, squash, squelch, stamp, stamp out, stifle, strangle, strike, suffocate, suppress, take aback, throw, throw away, throw into confusion, throw money around, throw out, throw overboard, thrust out, torment, toss out, trample out, trample underfoot, trouble, troubled, turn out, turned around, uncomfortable, uneasy, unhouse, unkennel, unsettle, unsettled, upset, use, ventilate, vex, vexed, wield, without a clue, worry

Moby Thesaurus. . 1996.

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  • put out — [v1] upset, irritate; inconvenience aggravate, anger, annoy, bother, burn, confound, discomfit, discommode, discompose, disconcert, discountenance, disoblige, displease, dissatisfy, disturb, embarrass, exasperate, gall, get*, grate, harass,… …   New thesaurus

  • put out — adj [not before noun] BrE upset or offended ▪ She felt put out that she hadn t been consulted …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • put out — adjective never before noun annoyed, offended, or upset by something that someone has said or done: She was feeling extremely put out by his rudeness …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • put|out — «PUT OWT», noun. the act of putting a player out in baseball or cricket: »Mantle made all three putouts in his lone inning at short (New York Times) …   Useful english dictionary

  • put out — ► put out 1) inconvenience, upset, or annoy. 2) dislocate (a joint). Main Entry: ↑put …   English terms dictionary

  • put-out — put′ out n. spo an instance of putting out a batter or base runner in a baseball game • Etymology: 1880–85, amer …   From formal English to slang

  • put out — index depose (remove), disadvantage, disappointed, discompose, dislodge, disoblige, displace (remove …   Law dictionary

  • put out — phrasal verb I UK / US adjective [never before noun] annoyed, offended, or upset by something that someone has said or done She was feeling extremely put out by his rudeness. II Word forms put out : present tense I/you/we/they put out he/she/it… …   English dictionary

  • put out — I ADJ GRADED: v link ADJ If you feel put out, you feel rather annoyed or upset. I did not blame him for feeling put out... He was plainly very put out at finding her there. Syn: annoyed II 1) PHRASAL VERB If you put out an announcement or story,… …   English dictionary

  • put out — {v.} 1. To make a flame or light stop burning; extinguish; turn off. * /Please put the light out when you leave the room./ * /The firemen put out the blaze./ 2. To prepare for the public; produce; make. * /For years he had put out a weekly… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • put out — {v.} 1. To make a flame or light stop burning; extinguish; turn off. * /Please put the light out when you leave the room./ * /The firemen put out the blaze./ 2. To prepare for the public; produce; make. * /For years he had put out a weekly… …   Dictionary of American idioms


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