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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of outtravel.
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The letter to the landlord was outtravelled by a telegram whose answer sent Hazel on her way the next morning, thankful that she had been able to get away during a temporary absence of Milton Hamar, and that her father had promised not to let any of her friends know of her whereabouts.
Glenn in advance, who, intent on getting out of danger, soon outtravelled us.