One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
phrasal verbNorth American
Leave quickly.‘he peeled out down the street’
- ‘He peeled out of the lot, tires squealing, kicking up gravel into the caterwauling clerk's face.’
- ‘I roll my eyes as Keith peels out of the parking lot.’
- ‘I got in my car, shut the door, and waved bye before peeling out.’
- ‘Justin revved the engine and quickly shifted, he peeled out as hard as he could.’
- ‘Just then, I heard the sound of Kate peeling out of the driveway.’
- ‘Sullivan gets in his car, and peels out of the garage.’
- ‘Cars are heard revving their engines and peeling out of the parking lot.’
- ‘Quickly she slid behind the wheel and peeled out, racing toward Bulgaria.’
- ‘They are peeling out and roaring up and down the street.’
- ‘Successful, she pulled it on, shut the door, and peeled out of the drive, on accident of course.’
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