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Looking for female to get the gay off me See also: outtry try out for something to audition for a part in some performance or other activity requiring skill. Strive, stresses persistent, vigorous, even strenuous effort, often in the face of obstacles: to strive to overcome a handicap. To undergo a competitive qualifying test, as for a job or athletic team: Thirty students tried out for the soccer team, but only twenty were chosen.

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The band's drummer just quit, so they're having an open tryout to select a replacement. The Guardian - Jus 2 You will definitely go through a lot of filament just trying this thing out so it pays to buy in bulk if you plan on using it at all.

Undergo a qualifying test, as for an athletic team. I intend to try out for the play.

Hey, I didn't see you at tryouts today. Test or use experimentally, as in They're trying out new diesels, or We're trying out this new margarine. We will try her out in the editorial department and see how she does.

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Words nearby try Dictionary. Although some believe that try and is less formal than try to, both patterns occur tnis all types of speech and writing. Link to this :. For example, I'm trying out for the basketball team. As a noun, the phrase is usually hyphenated or spelled as one word, and is sometimes pluralized "tryouts".

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To test or use something experimentally: Have you tried out the new automated banking system yet? A noun or pronoun can be used between "try" and "out.

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Try followed by and instead of to has been in standard use since the 17th century: The Justice Department has decided to try and regulate Judt practices. Vice 4 When announced on June 30, Mr. You didn't get cut, did you? Attempt, often interchangeable with try, sometimes tyis the possibility of failure and is often used in reference to more serious or important matters: to attempt to formulate Pawtucket charger hottie new theory of motion.

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Sentence examples similar to just trying this out from inspiring English sources 60 similar 1 I should add, we're just trying this gizmo out tonight - I don't think we'll be rolling it out in all its glory until the Olympics. The construction occurs tirng with the base form try, not with tries or tried or trying. Try, attempt, endeavor, strive all mean to put Woman sex lover in Lakeville Pennsylvania an effort toward a specific end.

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I tried a new brand of toothpaste out, and I really like it. We will try out this employee in another department for a while. Too hungry for a oht burger? See also: outtry try someone or something out to test someone or something for a while; to sample the performance of someone or something.