Are the following two sentences equivalent? Also is the correct one natural in a conversation?

1. I don’t want to come out as giving excuses to avoid work

2. I don’t want to come out as one giving excuses to avoid work.


I am not familiar with 'come out' used this way. I suggest 'come across'.
Thanks MM.

So if I change 'come out' to 'come across', will either of them be fine?
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For me, yes. I wouldn't be surprised if a Brit or someone came along and said that your originals were OK, though.
I was more interested in finding out about the underlined parts, especially the use of 'one'.
Both OK by me.
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