out-of-sight

[out-uhv-sahyt]
adjective
1.
Slang. fantastic; great; marvelous: an out-of-sight guitarist.
2.
beyond reason; exceedingly high: out-of-sight hospital bills.


Origin:
1895–1900, Americanism

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outasight or out-of-sight (ˌaʊtəˈsaɪt)
 
adj, —interj
another term for far-out
 
out-of-sight or out-of-sight
 
adj, —interj

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Example sentences
Until needed, phones stay where they belong: out-of-sight and less of a distraction in a pocket.
Proponents say that out-of-sight transmission projects would face less opposition than the traditional power towers.
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