out of the hole

out of the hole

Fig. out of debt. I get paid next week, and then I can get out of the hole. I can't seem to get out of the hole. I keep spending more money than I earn.
See also: hole, of, out

out of the hole

see under in the hole.
See also: hole, of, out
References in classic literature ?
He might rise up with a rush and claw his way out of the hole to meet whatever threatened on the even footing above ground.
He crawled out of the hole and went down the hill to his camp.
The bight of the pack-rope under the dead man's shoulders enabled him to heave the body out of the hole.
Then Umslopogaas pushed himself forward as swiftly as he could, holding the dead man on his back, and suddenly came out of the hole into the open place in the dark shadow of the great rock.
I say, Jacob," said David in a loud whisper, just as the tin box was lifted out of the hole.
In the corner of the sofa there was a cushion, and in the velvet which covered it there was a hole, and out of the hole peeped a tiny head with a pair of tightened eyes in it.