Definition of Pullouts

1. Noun. (plural of pullout) ¹

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Definition of Pullouts

1. pullout [n] - See also: pullout

Lexicographical Neighbors of Pullouts

pulling a train
pulling one's head in
pulling one's own weight
pulling one's weight
pulling out
pulling over
pulling teeth
pulling together
pullorum disease
pullouts (current term)
pulls a train
pulls one's head in
pulls one's own weight
pulls one's weight
pulls over
pulls teeth
pulls together

Literary usage of Pullouts

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Adventure Guide to Ireland by Tina Neylon (2004)
"The State of the Roads In Northern Ireland you will notice that there are plenty of well signposted pullouts where you can check your map, picnic or, often, ..."

2. The Great American Wilderness: Touring America's National Parks by Larry H. Ludmer (2000)
"The scenery is excellent all the way and there are many convenient pullouts, but the best part is between Olmsted Point and the Tuolumne Meadows. ..."

3. The Great American Wilderness: Touring America's National Parks by Larry H. Ludmer (2000)
"This route is seven miles each way and has several scenic pullouts along the way. It ends just a half-mile short of Clingman's Dome (see next section for ..."

4. Setup: What the Air Force Did in Vietnam and Why by Earl H. Tilford, Jr. (1991)
"In several cases, the wings fell off after sharp pullouts or simply broke off in flight due to structural fatigue. Neither of these planes had been designed ..."

5. Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and (1916)
"... cams 20 :00 Installing new cam shafts 6 :25 Installing other equipment 37 :00 401 :55 Setting tappets 685 :10 pullouts of stems 122 :20 Broken stems 343 ..."

6. British Columbia Adventure Guide by Lynn Readicker-Henderson (2004)
"There are frequent pullouts in the area. For everyone's safety, get to one before stopping your vehicle. From here, the road narrows a bit, ..."

7. Lewis and Clark Road Trips: Exploring the Trail Across America by Kira Gale (2006)
"Go north 0.3 mile to Tendoy Ln. The Byway is single lane, gravel, with occasional pullouts for passing. Snow usually closes the road from November until ..."

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