X'd out

X out

To draw an ex (X) or series of exes over some written word or name so as to designate its removal or need to be disregarded. A noun or pronoun can be used between "X" and "out." A: "Why is Amy's name Xed out?" B: "Because she's not coming on the field trip anymore." Just X out all of the words that you feel need to be deleted in the next draft.
See also: out

X'd out

 
1. eliminated; crossed-out. But the Babbits are X'd out. Put the X'd out Babbits back where they were.
2. . Sl. killed. (Underworld.) Mr. Big wanted Wilbur X'd out. He wanted Sam to see that all these punks were X'd out.
See also: out
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I was focused on why it was not going off and why it was X'd out. I failed to recognize that we were above 5,000 feet Altitude Above Ground Level (AGL) and it was normal for the RADALT to be X'd out and not sounding a warning tone.
"I had 41 messages on my phone, they were mainly well done but there were a few words x'd out as well.
A click-through image on the site - founded by a US college student as a project in 1999 - showed a scrawled grave stone, the company's cat head logo with x'd out eyes and the comment 'Ded Kitty'.
1 checked the FCS page and saw my left leading-edge flap was X'd out. The next step was to break out the pocket checklist.
The transit took over an hour, with all cautions remaining, flight controls X'd out, and a shaky hyd 2 needle.
I had an X'd out left stab in channels two and three, with a bit-logic (BLIN) code of 333.
Every channel was X'd out, and the BLIN display listed too many codes to remember.