from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A person who works outside; especially, one employed by a tailor or dressmaker who works at home.


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  • This piece makes selling craft on seem like being your own personal outworker.


  • On that day, however, his first as a 'prison outworker' at the East Midlands animal sanctuary and farm run by Joan's family, Roberts betrayed no hint of the terrors that lay in store for his hosts.

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  • Mr. Manicore’s father had been a jobbing tailor and his mother an outworker in the garment trade, but Thomas, their child, was cut from different cloth.

    The Dressmaker


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