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oust to force out; expel or eject, as from a place or position.
ouster the act of ousting or condition of being ousted; ejection or expulsion.
out forth; beyond the limits; away. [28 definitions]
out- out; outside; outward. [2 definitions]
outachieve combined form of achieve.
outact combined form of act.
outage a suspension of functions or operations, usu. because of electrical failure. [2 definitions]
out-and-out unqualified and unmitigated; thorough.
out at the elbows shabby or poor.
outback (sometimes cap.) remote, rural areas, esp. in Australia and New Zealand (usu. prec. by "the"). [2 definitions]
outbalance to be greater than in value, weight, or the like; outweigh.
outbargain combined form of bargain.
outbid to make a higher bid or offer than (another).
outboard located on the outside of a ship's hull or bulwarks. [3 definitions]
outboard motor a small portable gasoline engine with a propeller, which is mounted onto the stern of a boat.
outbound headed outward or away.
outbrag combined form of brag.
outbrawl combined form of brawl.
outbreak a sudden breaking out; eruption. [2 definitions]
outbuilding a building separate from but related to a main building.
outbulk combined form of bulk.