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  • prep. Outside; beyond; outside of.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Without; on the outward side; outwardly; externally.
  • Without; outside of.


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From out +‎ with.


  • Those that can't are most likely sitting there reminding themselves of the things the actor has said and believes in outwith the movie and not allowing them to accept the part they are playing.

    Filmstalker: Tom Cruise - Movie Star or Celebrity Target?

  • Anyway, much better to keep the lamp-posts free from temporary posters, than have an outbreak of political expression outwith the political parties.

    Craig Murray

  • You are saying something about you when you choose who to hang outwith.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » “Activist Government” and the Rights of Minorities

  • That is to say I have only come accross open aggresion once myself, outwith the security forces in the north of course.

    The Irish Language- is there a Conservative & Unionist Policy?

  • Event 2: We say homosexuality is a variant sexuality which does no intrinsic harm to the consenting adults that practice it or anyone else outwith their relationship, rejecting in no uncertain terms your arrant presumption that you have the privilege to impose your morés on us -- or anyone else, for that matter -- and criticising your judgementalism as ethically retarded.

    An Open Letter to John C. Wright

  • It does not exclude prescriptivism as a potential strategy, does not say that the presence of prescriptivism renders critique “no longer critique” — which would indeed be a prescriptivist strategy, a (re) definition of critique that prescribes a limit, paradoxically setting prescriptivism outwith that limit.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • "Given the economic downturn, it is more likely that such importation will include waste from outwith Scotland."

    Greengairs Incinerator

  • Given the economic downturn, it is more likely that such importation will include waste from outwith Scotland.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • Therefore, unless the Lanarkshire councils plan to abandon the targets they are set for recycling, they are going to have to import waste from outwith Lanarkshire on a far bigger scale than they are doing at present.

    Greengairs Incinerator

  • Language geeks should be aware, however, that this behaviour is essentially antisocial outwith the company of other language geeks and will most likely be regarded with hostility even by many other types of geek (scientific, technical, genre, media franchise, etc.) as a form of pretentiousness.

    Arguing With Geeks 3


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