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Bottom out   /bˈɑtəm aʊt/   Listen
Bottom out

verb
1.
Reach the low point.
2.
Hit the ground.






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"Bottom out" Quotes from Famous Books



... for all that," answered Cyrus. "And don't you begin to underrate Mr. Beaver's intelligence until you see more of his works. I've torn the bottom out of a dam like this on a cold, rainy night,—beavers like rainy nights for work,—and then hidden myself in some bushes to watch the result. It was a trial of strength and patience, I assure you, to remain there for six mortal hours,—though I had rubber ...
— Camp and Trail - A Story of the Maine Woods • Isabel Hornibrook

... that she sat on and on until, if you'll believe it, she actually sat the bottom out. Then, of course, she was comfortable no longer, so she got up and began to wonder what she ...
— Childhood's Favorites and Fairy Stories - The Young Folks Treasury, Volume 1 • Various



Words linked to "Bottom out" :   impinge on, top out, attain, arrive at, run into, reach, make, hit, strike, collide with, gain



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