Out of The Frying Pan into The Fire :
If you get out of one problem, but find yourself in a worse situation, you are out of the frying pan into the fire.
Out of The Gate Running :
If someone comes out of the gate running, they start something at a fast without any build-up.
Out of The Left Field :
If something comes out of the left field, it is beside the point and has nothing to do with the matter being discussed.
Out of The Mouths of Babes :
People say this when children unexpectedly say something very intelligent or wise.
Out of The Woods :
If you are out of the woods, you have emerged safely from a dangerous situation though the idiom is often used in the negative.
Out of This World :
If something is out of this world, it is fantastic.
Out of Your Hair :
If you get someone out of your hair, you get them to stop bothering or annoying you.
Out of Your Mind :
If someone is out of the mind, they are so emotional about something that they are no longer rational.
Out of Your Own Pocket :
If someone does something out of their own pocket, they pay all the expenses involved.
Out On A Limb :
If somebody’s out on a limb, they are in a very exposed position and could get into difficulties.
Out to Lunch :
If someone’s out to lunch, they are crazy or out of touch.
This means complete or total.
Out of The Gate Running
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