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I have recently noted that conversations around me are increasingly full of the expressions: "plan out" and "list out" (just to name a couple using "out"). I cannot stand the sound of these expressions and wonder why they would just simply say "plan" or "list". Please help settle this for me as it just rubs me the wrong way and seems to have proliferated in use and seems accepted. For example: "I will list out the options you have" or " She"She planned out her whole strategy without any help or outside sources".

I have recently noted that conversations around me are increasingly full of the expressions: "plan out" and "list out" (just to name a couple using "out"). I cannot stand the sound of these expressions and wonder why they would just simply say "plan" or "list". Please help settle this for me as it just rubs me the wrong way and seems to have proliferated in use and seems accepted. For example: "I will list out the options you have" or " She planned out her whole strategy without any help or outside sources".

I have recently noted that conversations around me are increasingly full of the expressions: "plan out" and "list out" (just to name a couple using "out"). I cannot stand the sound of these expressions and wonder why they would just simply say "plan" or "list". Please help settle this for me as it just rubs me the wrong way and seems to have proliferated in use and seems accepted. For example: "I will list out the options you have" or "She planned out her whole strategy without any help or outside sources".

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Use of the phrase: "plan out" or "list out"

I have recently noted that conversations around me are increasingly full of the expressions: "plan out" and "list out" (just to name a couple using "out"). I cannot stand the sound of these expressions and wonder why they would just simply say "plan" or "list". Please help settle this for me as it just rubs me the wrong way and seems to have proliferated in use and seems accepted. For example: "I will list out the options you have" or " She planned out her whole strategy without any help or outside sources".