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Meanings of Outwall:

noun

An outer wall of a building or enclosure.

Meanings of Outwander:

verb

To wander out or away; to stray. also biology (of a cell): to migrate outwards into surrounding tissues.

Outward

ˈaʊt.wəd

Meanings of Outward:

adjective

Of, on, or from the outside.

Usage examples:

Outward pressure
adverb

Outwards.

Usage examples:

Cue balls also have sweet spots that radiate outward from the center.

Meanings of Outwardly:

adverb

On the surface.

Usage examples:

An outwardly normal life

Outwards

ˈaʊt.wədz

Meanings of Outwards:

adverb

Away from the centre or a particular point; towards the outside.

Usage examples:

A window that opens outwards

Outwash

ˈaʊtwɒʃ

Meanings of Outwash:

noun

Material carried away from a glacier by meltwater and deposited beyond the moraine.

Usage examples:

Outwash deposit

Meanings of Outwatch:

verb

Watch (something) until it disappears.

Usage examples:

I have outwatched the stars

Outwatched

aʊtˈwɒtʃ

Meanings of Outwatched:

verb

Watch (something) until it disappears.

Usage examples:

I have outwatched the stars

Outwatches

aʊtˈwɒtʃ

Meanings of Outwatches:

verb

Watch (something) until it disappears.

Usage examples:

I have outwatched the stars

Meanings of Outwatching:

verb

Watch (something) until it disappears.

Usage examples:

I have outwatched the stars

Meanings of Outwear:

verb

Last longer than.

Usage examples:

A material that will outwear any other waterproof sheeting

Meanings of Outwearied:

verb

To tire or fatigue utterly; to exhaust the endurance of.

Meanings of Outwearies:

verb

To tire or fatigue utterly; to exhaust the endurance of.

Outwearing

aʊtˈwɛː

Meanings of Outwearing:

verb

Last longer than.

Usage examples:

A material that will outwear any other waterproof sheeting

Outwears

aʊtˈwɛː

Meanings of Outwears:

verb

Last longer than.

Usage examples:

A material that will outwear any other waterproof sheeting

Meanings of Outweary:

verb

To tire or fatigue utterly; to exhaust the endurance of.

Meanings of Outwearying:

verb

To tire or fatigue utterly; to exhaust the endurance of.

Meanings of Outweep:

verb

To surpass in weeping; to weep more or longer than.

Meanings of Outweeping:

verb

To surpass in weeping; to weep more or longer than.

Meanings of Outweeps:

verb

To surpass in weeping; to weep more or longer than.

Outweigh

ˌaʊtˈweɪ

Meanings of Outweigh:

verb

Be heavier, greater, or more significant than.

Usage examples:

The advantages greatly outweigh the disadvantages

Meanings of Outweighed:

verb

Be heavier, greater, or more significant than.

Usage examples:

The advantages greatly outweigh the disadvantages

Outweighing

aʊtˈweɪ

Meanings of Outweighing:

verb

Be heavier, greater, or more significant than.

Usage examples:

The advantages greatly outweigh the disadvantages

Meanings of Outweighs:

verb

Be heavier, greater, or more significant than.

Usage examples:

The advantages greatly outweigh the disadvantages

Meanings of Outweight:

verb

Be heavier, greater, or more significant than.

Usage examples:

The advantages greatly outweigh the disadvantages

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