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pullout (n.)

also pull-out, 1820, "a withdrawal," from the verbal phrase; see pull (v.) + out (adv.). The phrase pull out "extract, remove" is attested from late 14c. As "detachable section or page of a newspaper, magazine, etc." by 1952, short for pull-out section (by 1949). As an adjective by 1875.

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Definitions of pullout from WordNet

pullout (n.)
to break off a military action with an enemy;
Synonyms: disengagement / fallback
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