Bill and with Jane were making out on the with sofa, or, joe bragged that he made out last night.
I let him take off my shirt and bra and feel me up while we dry humped it was so hot I may even give him a handjob next time.
Make out of To create or with fashion something from something else: We made a birdcage out of the leftover wood.
To discern or see something, especially with difficulty: It was hard to make out the traffic signs because of the rain.
Mid-1600s Also see can't make head or tail.
Go to make out (with someone).For an idiom such as "to make out I think it might be more reliable than Merriam-Webster.All the high school kids go up there to make out in their cars.He started making out when he was twelve.How did you make out at the grocery store?