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Meanings of Outerly:

adverb

Outwardly, externally.

Meanings of Outerness:

noun

The quality or fact of being outer or external; externality.

Outers

ˈaʊtə

Meanings of Outers:

noun

An outer garment or part of one.

Usage examples:

Boots with stiff leather outers
adjective

Outside; external.

Usage examples:

The outer layer of the skin

Outerwear

ˈaʊtəwɛː

Meanings of Outerwear:

noun

Clothing worn over other clothes, especially outdoors.

Meanings of Outface:

verb

Disconcert or defeat (an opponent) by confronting them boldly.

Usage examples:

These achievements were based on outfacing militant unions

Outfaced

aʊtˈfeɪs

Meanings of Outfaced:

verb

Disconcert or defeat (an opponent) by confronting them boldly.

Usage examples:

These achievements were based on outfacing militant unions

Meanings of Outfaces:

verb

Disconcert or defeat (an opponent) by confronting them boldly.

Usage examples:

These achievements were based on outfacing militant unions

Meanings of Outfacing:

verb

Disconcert or defeat (an opponent) by confronting them boldly.

Usage examples:

These achievements were based on outfacing militant unions

Meanings of Outfall:

noun

The place where a river, drain, or sewer empties into the sea, a river, or a lake.

Usage examples:

It has its own drainage system which empties into a proper outfall and public sewer at the back of …

Outfalls

ˈaʊtfɔːl

Meanings of Outfalls:

noun

The place where a river, drain, or sewer empties into the sea, a river, or a lake.

Usage examples:

It has its own drainage system which empties into a proper outfall and public sewer at the back of …

Meanings of Outfangthief:

noun

The right of a lord of a private jurisdiction, more extensive than that of infangthief, to claim for trial a thief, especially one who is the lord's tenant, captured outside the jurisdiction, and to keep any forfeited chattels on conviction; occasionally used to denote the thief so apprehended. also, more widely: the right of a lord to try any thief apprehended within that lord's jurisdiction, regardless of the accused person's place of origin.

Meanings of Outfeed:

adjective

Of, relating to, or involved in the feeding out of wood from a machine after cutting (or occasionally other treatment); of or relating to that part of a table-saw or other machine worktop that is behind the blade or cutter.

Meanings of Outfence:

verb

To outdo in fencing or swordplay.

Meanings of Outfenced:

verb

To outdo in fencing or swordplay.

Meanings of Outfencing:

verb

To outdo in fencing or swordplay.

Meanings of Outfield:

noun

The part of the field furthest from the wicket.

Usage examples:

No-one takes guard at the wicket and the outfield is as rough as a public park.

Outfielder

ˈaʊtˌfiːl.dər

Meanings of Outfielder:

noun

A player positioned on the part of the field furthest from the wicket.

Usage examples:

The authorities covered the eastern stand with giant mosquito nets, fearing that objects might be h…

Outfielders

ˈaʊtˌfiːldə

Meanings of Outfielders:

noun

A player positioned on the part of the field furthest from the wicket.

Usage examples:

The authorities covered the eastern stand with giant mosquito nets, fearing that objects might be h…

Meanings of Outfielding:

noun

The action or skill of fielding in the outfield.

Outfields

ˈaʊt.fiːld

Meanings of Outfields:

noun

The part of the field furthest from the wicket.

Usage examples:

No-one takes guard at the wicket and the outfield is as rough as a public park.

Meanings of Outfieldsman:

noun

Outfielder.

Meanings of Outfieldsmen:

noun

Outfielder.

Outfight

ˌaʊtˈfaɪt

Meanings of Outfight:

verb

Fight better than and beat (an opponent).

Usage examples:

He challenged a hundred men and outfought every one

Outfighting

aʊtˈfʌɪt

Meanings of Outfighting:

verb

Fight better than and beat (an opponent).

Usage examples:

He challenged a hundred men and outfought every one

Meanings of Outfights:

verb

Fight better than and beat (an opponent).

Usage examples:

He challenged a hundred men and outfought every one

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