put out of

put (someone or an animal) out of something

 and put (someone or an animal) out
to get rid of someone or an animal; to eliminate someone or an animal from something or some place. The usher put the noisy boys out of the theater. He put out the boys. Please put out the cat after dinner.
See also: of, out, put
References in classic literature ?
There was almost an uproar among the children now, and Mary held up the cambric embroidery towards her mother entreatingly, that it might be put out of reach while the boys dragged her into a dance.