crawl out

Like this video? Subscribe to our free daily email and get a new idiom video every day!

crawl out

To exit a place or thing on one's hands and knees. The baby will definitely crawl out of the room if you don't put the baby gate up. The kids crawled out of the tunnel and then came running back to us.
See also: crawl, out

crawl out (of something)

to get out of something by crawling. The injured man crawled out of the overturned car. Donna crawled out of the cave.
See also: crawl, out

crawl out

(from under someone or something) Go to out (from under someone or something).
See also: crawl, out

crawl out

to get out by crawling. The bears finally woke up and crawled out. In the cave, I injured my leg and I had to crawl out.
See also: crawl, out
References in periodicals archive ?
David Duchovny has a riot as a professor who is called upon to save the day when a meteorite crashes near his home, and the tiny creatures that crawl out evolve into terrifying monsters.
That put the Dodgers in a five-run hole they weren't about to crawl out of against the untouchable Schmidt.