- (transitive, sometimes reflexive) to escort someone out of an event or place
- It's getting late; I'll show myself out.
- I showed the guests out of the party.
- (intransitive, colloquial, informal, slang) To display or present oneself; represent
- 2010, Deborah Wofford, Pour Me out a Blessing Ministries, page 143:
- Lord you showed up and showed out.