Definition of Outings

1. Noun. (plural of outing) ¹



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Definition of Outings

1. outing [n] - See also: outing

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outings

outhunt
outhunted
outhunting
outhunts
outhustle
outhustled
outhustles
outhustling
outhyre
outhyred
outhyres
outhyring
outie
outies
outing
outings (current term)
outintrigue
outintrigued
outintrigues
outintriguing
outjest
outjested
outjesting
outjests
outjet
outjets
outjinx
outjinxed
outjinxes
outjinxing

Literary usage of Outings

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1. Constructive and Preventive Philanthropy by Joseph Lee, Jacob August Riis (1902)
"Chicago outings: Charities, October 4, 1902. THE life of a boy ought not, ... In summer we have all of us a desire to go off outings an somewhere and see ..."

2. Publications by Sharon Historical Society (1904)
"LIST OF outings IN SHARON, IN 1906, TO BE CONDUCTED BY THE SHARON HISTORICAL SOCIETY. SATURDAY, MAY 5. Walk to Devil's Bridge, going by way of Billings ..."

3. A Backward Glance at Eighty: Recollections & Comment : Massachusetts 1841 by Charles Albert Murdock (1921)
"My outings from my beaten track have been brief, but have contributed a large stock of happy memories. Camping in California is a joy that never palls, ..."

4. The American Office: Its Organization, Management and Records by John William Schulze (1913)
"outings Many concerns give their employees annual outings. In some cases all the expenses are paid, including the most minute, ..."

5. Social Settlements by Charles Richmond Henderson (1899)
"COUNTRY outings.—Anticipating the time when cities shall be made as healthy as open land, the Settlements have sought to mitigate the evils of crowded homes ..."

6. The Hahnemannian Monthly (1896)
"... almost entirely nullify the benefits to be derived from climate and scenery. There are, therefore, outings and outings, and the only outing ..."

7. A Study of the Higher Life of Chicago by Thomas James Riley (1905)
"outings.—The demand for summer outings is now far in excess of the facilities of the settlements, and is rapidly growing. Thousands of children and mothers ..."

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