usher (someone or something) out of (something or some place)

usher (someone or something) out of (something or some place)

1. To accompany, escort, or direct someone, something, or some group out of something or some place. We need to start ushering customers out of the auditorium in a quick but orderly fashion. I ushered the truck out of the construction site as discreetly as possible. Be sure all the students are present when you usher them out of the museum.
2. To lead someone or some group out of a particular period in time. The country was ushered out of the "Roaring Twenties" by the Great Depression. A devastating war ushered the troubled region out of the 19th century.
See also: of, out, usher