Idiom: on the outs
— The director and my boss are on the outs so it’s really uncomfortable for me.
— Are you on the outs with your mom again or can I ask her to babysit this weekend?
— My roommate and his girlfriend are on the outs so he wants to go out drinking tonight.
— Let me guess. You and your husband are on the outs again.
— Every day my secretary and I are on the outs about something. This situation has to change and soon.
— I'm tired of being on the outs with my parents and miss them a lot.
— Sorry I can't ask my friend Carol to help you with the party because we're on the outs.
— Sandy and I were best friends for a decade but have been on the outs since high school when she started calling me "whale," "Miss Piggy" and other names behind my back.
— My dad and uncle are on the outs because of their political differences about Trump.
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