pullout

[pool-out]
noun
1.
an act or instance of pulling out; removal.
2.
a withdrawal, as of troops or funds; pullback.
3.
a maneuver by which an aircraft levels into horizontal flight after a dive.
4.
a section of a newspaper or magazine that is complete in itself and may be removed and retained: a 24-page pullout of barbecue recipes.
5.
an area at the side of a road where drivers may pull off for emergencies, to rest or view the scenery, etc.; pull-off.
adjective
6.
designed to be pulled out or removed: pullout compartments in a desk.

Origin:
1815–25; noun, adj. use of verb phrase pull out

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pullout

noun
to break off a military action with an enemy [syn: disengagement
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Example sentences
In our special pullout section you'll find ten ready-made trips for the next calendar year.
Three small pullout areas where drivers can pull off the roadway completely, if necessary.
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