Definition of Log out

1. Verb. Exit a computer. "Please log off before you go home"

Exact synonyms: Log Off
Generic synonyms: Exit, Get Out, Go Out, Leave
Antonyms: Log In



Definition of Log out

1. Verb. (computing) to exit an account in a computer system so that it doesn't recognize you until you log in again. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Log Out

log Z's
log boat
log cabin
log cabins
log choker
log dog
log drive
log drives
log flumes
log in
log jam
log line
log off
log on
log out (current term)
log up
logagnosia
logagraphia
logamediate
logamnesia
loganate
loganberries
loganberry
loganias
logans
logaoedic
logaoedics
logaphasia
logarithm

Literary usage of Log out

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1. The Canada Law Journalby Law Society of Upper Canada, William S. Hein & Company, Canadian Bar Association by Law Society of Upper Canada, William S. Hein & Company, Canadian Bar Association (1876)
"New, as to the protest, I do not dwell on that ; it certainly looks suspicious in the absence of the log, when there was time to take the log out of the ..."

2. Excursion Through the Slave States: From Washington on the Potomac, to the by George William Featherstonhaugh (1844)
"If a tree is blown down near to a settler's house, and obstructs the road, he never cuts a log out of it to open a passage ; it is not in his way. and ..."

3. Seismology, 1989-1992: Nuclear Test-Ban Verification (in Sweden) by Eva Johannisson (1994)
"... compression QUIT: log out Make your choice: quit<enter> NORDIC logged out at l-SEP-1992 11:52:29.40 Local -Oil- Session 1 disconnected from SWE Local> ..."

4. The New American Practical Navigator: Being an Epitome of Navigation by Nathaniel Bowditch (1826)
"... this distance being usually allowed to carry the log out of the eddy of the ship's wake) and the first mark (which is generally a red rag) is going off, ..."

5. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1808)
"... though it is recommended, to bear the log out from the ship's side with a boat-hook against the towing-line of the log, it can scarcely be supposed to ..."

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