OUTHAUL, owt'hawl, _n._ a rope for hauling out the clew of a sail.--Also OUT'HAULER.
OUT-HEROD, owt-her'od, _v.t._ to surpass (_Herod_) in cruelty: to exceed, esp. in anything bad.
OUTHIRE, owt-h[=i]r', _v.t._ to hire or let out.
OUTHOUSE, owt'hows, _n._ a small building outside a dwelling-house.
OUTING, owt'ing, _n._ the act of going out, or the distance gone out: an excursion or airing.
OUTJEST, owt-jest', _v.t._ (_Shak._) to overpower by jesting: to excel in jesting.
OUTJET, owt'jet, _n._ that which projects from anything.--_n._ OUTJUT'TING, a projection.
OUTLAND, owt'land, _n._ land beyond the limits of cultivation.--_adj._ (_Tenn._) foreign.--_n._ OUT'LANDER, a foreigner, a person not naturalised.--_adj._ OUTLAND'ISH, belonging to an out or foreign land: foreign: not according to custom: strange: rustic: rude: vulgar.--_adv._ OUTLAND'ISHLY.--_n._ OUTLAND'ISHNESS.
OUTLASH, owt'lash, _n._ any sudden outburst.
OUTLAST, owt-last', _v.t._ to last longer than.
OUTLAW, owt'law, _n._ one deprived of the protection of the law: a robber or bandit.--_v.t._ to place beyond the law: to deprive of the benefit of the law: to proscribe.--_n._ OUT'LAWRY, the act of putting a man out of the protection of the law: state of being an outlaw. [A.S. _utlaga_; cf. Ice.
_utlagi_--_ut_, out, _log_, law.]
OUTLAY, owt'l[=a], _n._ that which is laid out: expenditure.--_v.t._ to lay out to view.
OUTLEAP, owt'l[=e]p, _n._ a sally, flight.
OUTLEARN, owt-l[.e]rn', _v.t._ to learn: to excel in learning: to get beyond the instruction of.
OUTLET, owt'let, _n._ the place or means by which anything is let out: the passage outward, vent.
OUTLIER, owt'l[=i]-[.e]r, _n._ (_geol._) a portion of a stratum: anything, as detached from the principal mass, and lying some distance from it.--_v.t._ OUTLIE', to beat in lying.--_v.i._ to live in the open air.
OUTLINE, owt'l[=i]n, _n._ the outer line: the lines by which any figure is bounded: a sketch showing only the main lines: a draft: a set-line in fishing.--_v.t._ to draw the exterior line of: to delineate or sketch.--_adj._ OUTLIN'EAR, like an outline.
OUTLIVE, owt-liv', _v.t._ to live longer than: to survive.--_n._ OUTLIV'ER.
OUTLODGING, owt'loj-ing, _n._ a lodging outside a college bounds at Oxford and Cambridge.
OUTLOOK, owt'l[=oo]k, _n._ vigilant watch: view obtained by looking out: prospect, or (_fig._) one's prospects: a watch-tower.--_v.t._ to face courageously.
OUTLUSTRE, owt-lus't[.e]r, _v.t._ to excel in brightness.
OUTLYING, owt'l[=i]-ing, _adj._ lying out or beyond: remote: on the exterior or frontier: detached.
OUTMAN, owt-man', _v.t._ to outdo in manliness: to outnumber in men.
OUTMANOEUVRE, owt-ma-n[=u]'v[.e]r, _v.t._ to surpass in manoeuvring.
OUTMANTLE, owt-man'tl, _v.t._ to excel in dress or ornament.
OUTMARCH, owt-march', _v.t._ to march faster than: to leave behind by marching.
OUTMATE, owt-m[=a]t', _v.t._ to outmatch.
OUTMEASURE, owt-mezh'[=u]r, _v.t._ to exceed in extent.
OUTMOST, owt'm[=o]st. Same as OUTERMOST.
OUTMOVE, owt-m[=oo]v', _v.t._ to move faster than.
OUTNAME, owt-n[=a]m', _v.t._ to surpass in name, reputation, or importance.
OUTNESS, owt'nes, _n._ state of being out, externality to the perceiving mind, objectiveness.
OUTNUMBER, owt-num'b[.e]r, _v.t._ to exceed in number.
OUTPACE, owt-p[=a]s', _v.t._ to walk faster than.
OUT-PARAMOUR, owt-par'a-m[=oo]r, _v.t._ (_Shak._) to exceed in number of mistresses.
OUTPARISH, owt'par-ish, _n._ a rural parish, as distinguished from an urban one.
OUTPART, owt'part, _n._ a part remote from the centre.
OUTPASSION, owt-pash'un, _v.t._ (_Tenn._) to go beyond in passionateness.
OUTPATIENT, owt'p[=a]-shent, _n._ a patient who receives aid from a hospital, but lives outside of it.
OUTPEER, owt-p[=e]r', _v.t._ (_Shak._) to surpass or excel.
OUT-PENSIONER, owt'-pen'shun-[.e]r, _n._ a non-resident pensioner.
OUTPORT, owt'p[=o]rt, _n._ a port out of or remote from the chief port: a place of export.
OUTPOST, owt'p[=o]st, _n._ a post or station beyond the main body of an army: the troops placed there.
OUTPOUR, owt-p[=o]r', _v.t._ to pour out: to send out in a stream.--_ns._ OUTPOUR'; OUTPOUR'ER; OUT'POURING, a pouring out: an abundant supply.
OUTPOWER, owt-pow'[.e]r, _v.t._ to surpass in power.
OUTPRAY, owt-pr[=a]', _v.t._ to exceed in earnestness of prayer.
OUTPRIZE, owt-pr[=i]z', _v.t._ (_Shak._) to exceed in the value set upon it.
OUTPUT, owt'p[=oo]t, _n._ the quantity of metal made by a smelting furnace, or of coal taken from a pit, within a certain time, production generally.
OUTQUARTERS, owt-kwar't[.e]rz, _n.pl._ quarters situated away from headquarters.
OUTQUENCH, owt-kwensh', _v.t._ (_Spens._) to extinguish.