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drown (someone) out or drown out (someone)
to make so much noise that it is impossible to hear someone
The cheering fans drowned out the team captain.
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  • drown one`s sorrows
  • drum (something) into (someone's) head
  • drum up (something) or drum (something) up
  • dry out
  • dry run
  • dry up
  • duck soup
  • dumb bunny
  • Dutch auction
  • Dutch courage
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  • rub out (someone or something) or rub (someone or something) out
  • have the right-of-way
  • turn out (something) or turn (something) out
  • have the devil to pay
  • on a fool's errand
  • of one's own accord
  • sweat (something) out or sweat out (something)
  • in one's (own) backyard
  • into being
  • lesser (of the two)

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