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Outfits

ˈaʊt.fɪt

Meanings of Outfits:

noun

A set of clothes worn together, especially for a particular occasion or purpose.

Usage examples:

Her wedding outfit
verb

Provide with a set of clothes.

Usage examples:

Warders outfitted in special suits

Outfitted

ˈaʊtfɪt

Meanings of Outfitted:

verb

Provide with a set of clothes.

Usage examples:

Warders outfitted in special suits
noun

A set of clothes worn together, especially for a particular occasion or purpose.

Usage examples:

Her wedding outfit

Past simple and past participle of outfit

Meanings of Outfitter:

noun

A shop selling men's clothing.

Usage examples:

Gentlemen's outfitters are traditionally independent clothing shops, often family-run, trading in m…

Outfitters

ˈaʊtfɪtə

Meanings of Outfitters:

noun

A shop selling men's clothing.

Usage examples:

Gentlemen's outfitters are traditionally independent clothing shops, often family-run, trading in m…

Outfitting

ˈaʊtfɪt

Meanings of Outfitting:

verb

Provide with a set of clothes.

Usage examples:

Warders outfitted in special suits
noun

A set of clothes worn together, especially for a particular occasion or purpose.

Usage examples:

Her wedding outfit

Present participle of outfit

Meanings of Outfittings:

noun

A set of clothes worn together, especially for a particular occasion or purpose.

Usage examples:

Her wedding outfit
verb

Provide with a set of clothes.

Usage examples:

Warders outfitted in special suits

Meanings of Outflame:

verb

To surpass in fieriness or brilliance.

Meanings of Outflamed:

verb

To surpass in fieriness or brilliance.

Meanings of Outflaming:

noun

A flaming out, flaring up; an outburst.

Meanings of Outflank:

verb

Move round the side of (an enemy) so as to outmanoeuvre them.

Usage examples:

The germans had sought to outflank them from the north-east

Meanings of Outflanked:

verb

Move round the side of (an enemy) so as to outmanoeuvre them.

Usage examples:

The germans had sought to outflank them from the north-east

Meanings of Outflanker:

noun

A person who engages in an outflanking manoeuvre.

Outflanking

aʊtˈflaŋk

Meanings of Outflanking:

verb

Move round the side of (an enemy) so as to outmanoeuvre them.

Usage examples:

The germans had sought to outflank them from the north-east

Outflanks

ˌaʊtˈflæŋk

Meanings of Outflanks:

verb

Move round the side of (an enemy) so as to outmanoeuvre them.

Usage examples:

The germans had sought to outflank them from the north-east

Meanings of Outflash:

noun

An outburst; an outbreak.

verb

To surpass in brilliance, outshine.

Meanings of Outflew:

verb

Fly faster, further, or with more agility than.

Usage examples:

A high-powered combat aircraft that can outfly anything

Outflies

aʊtˈflʌɪ

Meanings of Outflies:

verb

Fly faster, further, or with more agility than.

Usage examples:

A high-powered combat aircraft that can outfly anything

Meanings of Outfling:

noun

An act of flinging out; a bad-tempered or ill-natured outburst.

verb

To fling or throw out.

Meanings of Outflourish:

verb

To survive or flourish longer than.

Outflow

ˈaʊt.fləʊ

Meanings of Outflow:

noun

A large amount of money, liquid, or people that moves or is transferred out of a place.

Usage examples:

An outflow of foreign currency

Meanings of Outflowing:

noun

Something that flows out.

Usage examples:

She encouraged people to start donating to msf after the tsunami, and discovered an outflowing of s…

Outflown

aʊtˈflʌɪ

Meanings of Outflown:

verb

Fly faster, further, or with more agility than.

Usage examples:

A high-powered combat aircraft that can outfly anything

Outflung

ˈaʊtflʌŋ

Meanings of Outflung:

adjective

(especially of a person's arm) thrown out to one side.

Usage examples:

He turned, one arm outflung

Meanings of Outflux:

noun

An exit or flowing out of a large amount of a substance or a large number of people.

Usage examples:

A major outflux of gas

Outfly

ˌaʊtˈflaɪ

Meanings of Outfly:

verb

Fly faster, further, or with more agility than.

Usage examples:

A high-powered combat aircraft that can outfly anything

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