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out of turn not in correct order.
out of whack (informal) not working properly; out of order.
outpatient a person who is being treated at a hospital or clinic but who is not kept there overnight.
outpost a military post at some distance from a main station.
output the amount produced in a given time period. [2 definitions]
outrage an act that causes a strong feeling of anger because of its violence or cruelty. [3 definitions]
outrageous extremely wrong or harmful. [2 definitions]
outran past tense of outrun.
outrigger a frame attached to one side of a boat to make it more stable.
outright complete or total. [4 definitions]
outrun to run faster, farther, or longer than.
outset the start; first stage; beginning.
outside the outer side or surface. [6 definitions]
outsider a person who does not belong to a particular group.
outskirts the edges or outlying areas of a city or town.
outsmart to get the better of by being clever; outwit.
outspoken speaking in an honest and open way.
outstanding standing out from others because of high quality; excellent. [2 definitions]
outward on or moving toward the outside or surface of. [3 definitions]
outwit to get the better of by using one's wits or by being more clever.
oval having the general shape of an egg; ellipse. [2 definitions]