out of pocket means: A person who says something far-fetched or acts in a way that is beyond the scope of a definition. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Arnaldo Marín)

What else does out of pocket mean?

  • It is when someone speaks in a jargon and is difficult to comprehend what they mean. This could be a sign that the person is saying something that has nothing to do with the topic. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Tomas Torres)
  • A white man in his 30s did something he didn’t like. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Rose Armstrong)
  • A person who is out of control or way off base. Sometimes deserving of some serious slaps or full-blown kicks. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Kamryn Benjamin)
  • According to The Oxford English Dictionary, out of pocket means “outside reach”, meaning “absent, unavailable” and dates back to the US in the beginning of the 20th century. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Jerome Conley)
  • Payed out of personal funds. Over the last half-year, “outof pocket” has been a business catchphrase that means “unreachable and out of communication”, which is wrong. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Mariyah Huff)