out-of-sight

out′-of-sight′



adj.
1. Slang. marvelous; great.
2. exceedingly high: an out-of-sight hospital bill.
[1895–1900, Amer.]
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An adjoining laundry room provides out-of-sight storage space STYLISH Miller Homes at Crofthead that helps everyday family life run smoothly.
He ran home and turned on the radio and heard a constant hiss - and that out-of-sight joker laughing somewhere in the distance.
That pair didn't sign up to be whupped out-of-sight by Chelsea in Azerbaijan.
While working to benefit the whole district, I have also made sure that the board did not fall into the pattern of out-of-sight, out-of-mind, and allow the parts of the district that they visited less often be overlooked.
"They're certainly training well, their last three or four weeks have improved out-of-sight with certain aspects of the game.
The don'ts when travelling alone are: Never explore places out-of-sight, do proper research before embarking on journey to your desired location, Under no circumstances loose contact at home, keep your valuables on you while at transit, Don't trust people too quickly and last but not the least spend extra money on staying safe.
The packages were kept in out-of-sight cigar boxes behind the cash register.
If you opt for out-of-sight storage such as a loft cupboard or boxes under the bed, make sure you label them up, as their contents very quickly become a distant memory.
I suppose this out-of-sight, out-of-mind mentality is why manufacturers often point to more obvious, visible components of the printing operation as the culprit when the process shows inconsistency.
In the middle right of both photos sits the out-of-sight Old Eldon Square.
Your home's insulation is often treated with an out-of-sight, out-of-mind mentality, yet improvements here could dramatically support your home's energy-efficiency.
William Pervez, a known playwright, said the government's 'out-of-sight, out-of-mind' attitude would keep minorities out of any future policy and project.