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    Default Came out of the woods

    meaning?

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    Default Re: Came out of the woods

    When you're out of the woods, you've passed the "danger" (or diffficult) point.

    "Just three more exams and I'll be out of the woods."

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    Default Re: Came out of the woods

    Came out of the woods is different from I'll be out of the woods.

    Means surprised.

    Like a bear comes out when you are not expecting it.

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