|out of tune (music)
||not at the correct pitch, not in tune
||The violins were out of tune, but I enjoyed the singing.
|out of whack
||not aligned, poorly constructed, off kilter
||The door doesn't close properly. Something is out of whack.
|out of wind
||short of breath, winded, out of breath
||After running the race he was out of wind - exhausted.
|out of work
||not employed, unemployed, laid off
||Lyle is out of work, so he stays at home with the kids.
|out of your gourd
||(See out of your mind)
|out of your mind
||not thinking logically, crazy, crackers
||You must be out of your mind to lend him money. You're crazy.
|out of your tree
||crazy, loony, nuts, out of your mind
||You're out of your tree if you think I'm going sky diving.
|out on a limb
||in a dangerous place, taking a chance (see take a chance)
||I went out on a limb and said that you would donate $1000.
|out on the town
||enjoying the city's entertainment
||On Saturday night, let's go out on the town and have a good time.
|out to get you
||wanting revenge, waiting for a chance to get even
||Ever since I beat him at table tennis he's been out to get me.