out of one's hair

out of one's hair  {adj. phr.},  {informal}
Rid of as a nuisance; relieved of as an annoyance.
Harry got the boys out of his hair so he could study.
Compare: OUT OF ONE'S WAY.
Contrast: IN ONE'S HAIR.
Categories: adjective bother informal study

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