Definition of Comb-out

1. Noun. The act of removing tangles from you hair with a comb.

Exact synonyms: Teasing
Generic synonyms: Comb, Combing
Derivative terms: Comb Out, Tease



2. Noun. The act of carefully weeding out unwanted things or people. "The department got a good comb-out"
Generic synonyms: Disposal, Disposition
Derivative terms: Comb Out

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Comb-out

comates
comatic
comatik
comatiks
comatose
comatoseness
comatulae
comatulid
comatulids
comb
comb-brush
comb-footed spider
comb-growth test
comb-jellies
comb-jelly
comb-out (current term)
comb-over
comb-overs
comb ceramic
comb jellies
comb jelly
comb out
comb over
comb plate
comb through
combability
combable
combat
combat-ready
combat area

Literary usage of Comb-out

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1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1875)
"[Tak-n koa'm aewt dhee ai'd,] take and comb out thy head, an' warsh thy face, an clain thy zul. and he cam into the Cave ; and wente so longe, ..."

2. British Labor and the War: Reconstructors for a New World by Paul Underwood Kellogg, Arthur Gleason (1919)
"The miners had just tallied an adverse ballot on whether they approved a further comb- out in the coal fields. In many union quarters, the comb-out was ..."

3. Spolia Zeylanica by Colombo Museum, National Museums of Sri Lanka, National Museums of Ceylon (1908)
"Meanwhile the antennae are laid beneath the wings and comb out the basal cilia as the wings are drawn forward." I would call particular attention to the ..."

4. Graded Lessons in Language by Rosa Viola Winterburn (1910)
"Do not use the following absurd expressions: You must comb out your hair. ... "We may comb out a tangle, but we would not want to comb out the hair. ..."

5. Transactions of the Philological Society by Philological Society (Great Britain). (1901)
"... to comb out the hair." /. of JT., Smith, 1881. ... comb out hair. ' Hocks, ' the feet' (Long, 1686). Whicker, ' to neigh. ..."

6. The Mechanics' Magazine (1858)
"... then by separating they comb out the fibres, and the same are drawn off into two slivers and from each comb by their respective drawing-off apparatus. ..."

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