out of place

out of place (1)  {adv. phr.}
Not in the right or usual place or position.
Harry fell and knocked one of his teeth out of place.
The teacher lined up the class and told them not to get out of place.
Compare: OUT OF ORDER. Contrast: IN PLACE.
Categories: adverb

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