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out of this world (informal) exceptionally good; excellent.
out of time having no time remaining.
out of touch not in communication (usu. fol. by "with").
out of town away from the town where one lives, works, or is active in.
out-of-towner (informal) one from another place; visitor or stranger.
out of tune of an instrument or voice, not producing the correct pitch. [2 definitions]
out of turn not in correct order or sequence. [2 definitions]
out of wedlock born of unwed parents; illegitimate.
out of whack (informal) not working properly; out of order; badly aligned.
out on a limb (informal) in a risky or vulnerable position or situation; at risk.
outorganize combined form of organize.
outpass combined form of pass.
outpatient one who is being treated at a hospital or clinic but who is not kept there overnight.
outperform combined form of perform.
outplay to play better than, as in a game or contest.
outpoint to score higher than, as in a sport or contest. [2 definitions]
outpoll combined form of poll.
outpopulate combined form of populate.
outpost an outlying military post, or the troops stationed there. [2 definitions]
outpour to pour out or flow.
outpouring an act or instance of pouring, or that which pours or is poured out; outflow or outburst.