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  • v. Present participle of outwalk.


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  • I stole this from outwalking, who stole it from skinnylizzie.

    mrbradley Diary Entry

  • She walked great distances over the flat tableland, acquiring a reputation for outwalking any man in the county, and returning to town with her face scorched by the strong sun, chilled to the bone by the gale winds, and with her clothes caked with brown dust.

    Portrait of An Artist

  • Mrs. Hunter said, catching hold of his arm to keep him from outwalking her.

    The Wind Before the Dawn

  • You will be shaming the King next by outwalking him.

    Richard Carvel — Complete

  • He sped through the Hippodrome outwalking everybody; then through the enclosure of Sancta Sophia; then down the garden terraces -- Oh, that the copse could have told him the chapter it had witnessed!

    The Prince of India — Volume 02

  • On hearing this, we gathered up our fishing-rods and hastened back to the house, considerably outwalking Rachel, who came puffing after us.

    In the Rocky Mountains


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