To exit in an outward direction. As opposed to exiting inward. That's probably not even possible, but maybe like a disappearing girl in a magic act? Who know.
Q: "Where's Tyrone?"
A: "Oh he left out."

"I'm about to leave out, see you on Monday."
by Breck Stein September 13, 2008
The hair that is left out to cover the tracks of a sew in to blend with the extensions.
Shakrishaniyah's leave out is not blending well with her weave. I can totally tell that aint her hair.
by AnnaMae December 06, 2013

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