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    dellalvn is offline Newbie
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    Default Get out of dodge

    I would like information regarding the idiom "get out of dodge". I appreciate all feedback.

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    Default Re: Get out of dodge

    "Get out of dodge", or "Get out of Dodge" (with a capital letter) means to leave, usually to leave a dangerous situation, or to get out of trouble.

    The expression comes from western movies. Dodge City, in Kansas, was a nasty place.

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    I would like information regarding the idiom "get out of dodge". I appreciate all feedback.

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    Default Re: Get out of dodge

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