tear out


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tear out (of some place)

to leave a place in a great hurry. The kids tore out of the house after they broke the window. They saw what they had done and tore out.
See also: out, tear
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The only problems that can occur happen when the grain is irregular or interlocked; then, planing and moulding can result in tear outs and extra care is needed.