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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.
outpower combined form of power.
outpray combined form of pray.
outpreach combined form of preach.
outprice combined form of price.
outproduce combined form of produce.
outpromise combined form of promise.
output the act or process of producing something; production. [4 definitions]
outrage an act that arouses a strong negative response because of its violence, viciousness, or moral offensiveness. [6 definitions]
outraged angered, especially by something that offends or shocks.