Definition of force-out in English:

force-out

noun

Baseball
  • The putout of a base runner who is forced to go to the next base.

    • ‘When it is an inning-ending forceout, the pitcher can take the throw like an outstretched first baseman to pick up the out.’
    • ‘It can be by virtue of a hit, a putout, an error, a forceout, a fielder's choice, a passed ball, a wild pitch, a balk, or a stolen base.’
    • ‘He managed to pick up the ball, crawl to third base for the forceout, and then fainted.’
    • ‘In the 14th, he did it again, getting Stephen Drew and Carlos Quentin to ground into forceouts.’
    • ‘But alert Galena coaches noticed Cole and Garcia never made it to their next bases, leaving the forceouts intact.’
    drive out, expel, force out, throw out, remove, remove from office, remove from power, eject, get rid of, depose, topple, unseat, overthrow, bring down, overturn, put out, drum out, thrust out, push out, turn out, purge, evict, dispossess, dismiss, dislodge, displace, supplant, disinherit, show someone the door
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Pronunciation

force-out

/fôrsout/