Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of outing.

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Examples

  • Finally, partway through my house arrest, I got to go out for my “good time,” which is what they call the outings they let prisoners take as a reward for good behavior.

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  • Finally, partway through my house arrest, I got to go out for my “good time,” which is what they call the outings they let prisoners take as a reward for good behavior.

    Teed Off

  • Sure, we got a few big screen outings from the likes of Batman and a couple other comic book characters during the '90s, but nothing close to the scale we're seeing these days.

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  • Sure, we got a few big screen outings from the likes of Batman and a couple other comic book characters during the '90s, but nothing close to the scale we're seeing these days.

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  • These five specials are the final outings from the Tenth Doctor, and their presentation here serves as an appropriate and well-deserved farewell to the team who put the show back on the pop culture map.

    Blu-Ray Review: Doctor Who: The Complete Specials | Fandomania

  • Spin: His string of bad outings is being blamed on an upper back strain.

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  • But judging Roth solely on his first few outings is intellectually dishonest, especially while one fails to acknowledge that Stern is only a shadow of what he once was, and his decline began when Billy West left and his book/film came out.

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  • Guardado, who has not allowed a run in his last 10 outings, is tied with Minnesota's Joe Nathan and Texas 'Francisco Cordero for the American League lead in saves.

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  • It also meant going to play what they call outings, where John and sometimes other celebrities would play golf with the company’s bigwigs and important clients, usually for a fee.

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  • It also meant going to play what they call outings, where John and sometimes other celebrities would play golf with the company’s bigwigs and important clients, usually for a fee.

    Teed Off

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