V out of n
Verbs with this structure are all concerned with not doing something. This includes:
Structure I: Verbs in phase
|Verb group||out of||-ing|
|Insurance companies||wriggle||out of||paying||just claims.|
not doing something you had planned or promised e.g. chicken, get
stopping doing something e.g. drop
When the preposition out of is followed by a noun group, these verbs have Structure II (see meaning group II.1).
back chicken drop duck get opt pull wriggle
The banks may drop out of lending to sovereign governments.
I found myself trying to scheme how I could get out of taking my kid to the beach.
America had decided to pull out of financing the proposed construction of the Aswan Dam.