from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An excursion, typically a pleasure trip.
- n. A walk outdoors.
- n. The exposing of one assumed to be or wishing to be considered heterosexual as being gay, lesbian, or bisexual.
- n. An athletic competition or an appearance therein: The rookie pitcher threw a no-hitter in his first outing with the team.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A pleasure trip or excursion.
- n. The practice of publicly revealing that a person is homosexual without that person's consent.
- n. An appearance to perform in public, for example in a drama, film, on a musical album, as a sports contestant etc.
- v. Present participle of out.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of going out; an airing; an excursion.
- n. A feast given by an apprentice when he is out of his time.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An issuing forth to attack; a sally; a foray.
- n. An airing; an excursion; an expedition; a pleasure-trip.
- n. A driving forth; expulsion; ejection.
- n. Avoidance.
- n. A feast given by a craftsman to his friends at the end of his apprenticeship.
- n. The condition of being out in the sense of being before the public, exposed to comment, etc.
- n. The most distant part of the open visible sea; the offing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a day devoted to an outdoor social gathering
- n. a journey taken for pleasure
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If the action part of the outing is as important as the aesthetics, be sure to pick a site within casting distance of prime catfishing areas.
July 24th, 2009 2: 42 pm ET maybe after he votes no, he could investigate why the American people he has sworn to represent, have not received the report from Freddie Mac; but, we have a solution; perhaps we could get Robert Novak to get the President and the American people this information, after all he was thorough in "outing" what he was told to do not long ago in the Plaime/Libby matter ..
I frequently use the combi instead of driving if my day's outing is casual, and return by taxi if I become heavily-laden with some extra-curricular shopping.
My idea of a great outing is to a neighbourhood playground.
Since this light-hearted day outing is in sharp contrariety with a 6 weeks of despotic bed rest so slight in a days of my internship, not to mention a substantial mankind as good as disability which prevailed until utterly recently, it justifies a tiny reflection.
I think the next time my hunt/outing is rained out, I'm going to make 100 rounds of 7. 62NATO Mexican Match!
The opening outing is particularly gruesome, starting with a woman setting herself aflame and leading to a man being smacked in the head with an ax.
You may get a shot and may not, but the outing is worth the time, effort and cost.
To be outed in a country that provides no official spaces or languages for recognizing outing is to become subject to a host of desires, some friendly, some not, some lustful, some not.
A staunch Republican, Rade adored General Eisenhower, whose army had liberated Rade's POW camp, and Richard Nixon, who made his name outing those he labeled Communists.