burn (one) out of (something)(redirected from burn one out of)
burn (one) out of (something)
To force someone to leave a place by setting it on fire. During their attack, the troops burned everyone out of the town. My grandfather moved in with us after a four-alarm fire burned him out of his house.
burn someone out of somethingand burn someone out
to burn down a home(stead) or place of business. Lightning struck and burned the farmer out of his home.