to break out in a quote

"I was trying to break out of the suburbs, and when I did break out, I don't think I took my whole self with me - I think I played a role of being too cool and hip."

"It ain't easy to break out of a mold, but if you do your work, people will ultimately see what you're capable of. Too often, people find it easier to make assumptions and stick with what they believe. They put you in a place and it makes their job easier. The good people constantly search for something different."

"Having a track record to live up to and the history of successes had become a hindrance. It becomes harder to break out of what people expect you to do."

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  • Definition for "to break out"
    • to simply take or force-out by breaking.
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