Definition of Outoffices

1. outoffice [n] - See also: outoffice



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outoffices

outnesses
outnice
outnight
outnights
outnim
outnoise
outnoised
outnoises
outnoising
outnome
outnumber
outnumbered
outnumbering
outnumbers
outoffice
outoffices (current term)
outorganize
outorganized
outorganizes
outorganizing
outpace
outpaced
outpaces
outpacing
outpaint
outpainted
outpainting
outpaints
outparamoured
outparish

Literary usage of Outoffices

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1. Journal by Bond & Share Society, New Hampshire Dental Society, American Wine Society, Manning Valley Historical Society (1913)
"... evidently used as a convenient quarry, and the cut stone utilised when the present mansion house and outoffices were built some two hundred years ago. ..."

2. Reports of Cases Heard and Determined by the Lord Chancellor, and the Court by Great Britain Court of Chancery (1853)
"... about, and belonging to the dwelling-house, warehouses, outoffices, and estate in the occupation of the bankrupt in Darlington-street, in Wolverhampton, ..."

3. The Revised Reports: Being a Republication of Such Cases in the English by Frederick Pollock, Robert Campbell, Oliver Augustus Saunders, Arthur Beresford Cane, Joseph Gerald Pease, William Bowstead, Great Britain Courts (1907)
"... about, and belonging to the dwelling-house, warehouses, outoffices, and estate in the occupation of the bankrupt in Darlington Street, in Wolverhampton, ..."

4. The Scandinavian Kingdom of Dublin by Charles Haliday (1884)
"... was, in 1670, granted to William Robinson, esq., Superintendent of Government buildings, for his life, and the use of the outoffices and gardens, ..."

5. The Gospel in All Lands by Missionary Society, Methodist Episcopal Church (1900)
"... lor training class students, and a good mission bunt-slow, with outoffices, have been erected. The grea: need is an increase of reliable native workers. ..."

6. St. Helena: a Physical, Historical, and Topographical Description of the by John Charles Melliss (1875)
"... with legs banded across with black and white, found hanging to the ceiling or roofing beams of outoffices, warehouses, and cellars in Jamestown, ..."

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