out of N
The 'danger' group
These nouns refer to situations.
The three survivors are now all out of danger.
They were out of their depth in the World Cup finals in Italy but the opposition is much weaker here.
He is much admired by those who know him, but is happy to stay out of the limelight.
Hiding, retirement, and shell are typically used with the verb come.
She had an excellent science teacher, who had come out of retirement for the third or fourth time to teach physics.
Wedlock is typically used with be born.
out of circulation out of contention out of control out of danger out of debt out of hand out of hiding out of luck out of mothballs out of retirement out of season out of service out of stock out of storage out of trouble out of use out of wedlock out of the firing line out of the limelight out of the running out of the spotlight out of my control out of my depth out of my element out of my hands out of my shell
Back then more than a quarter of all children were born 'out of wedlock'.