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show out (third-person singular simple present shows out, present participle showing out, simple past showed out, past participle shown out)

  1. (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.
  2. (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.

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