Definition of Outplace

1. Verb. To terminate a person's employment, but help the former employee to obtain another post ¹



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Definition of Outplace

1. to discontinue the employment of [v -PLACED, -PLACING, -PLACES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Outplace

outperformance
outperformed
outperformer
outperformers
outperforming
outperforms
outpiss
outpitch
outpitched
outpitches
outpitching
outpitied
outpities
outpity
outpitying
outplace (current term)
outplaced
outplacement
outplacements
outplaces
outplacing
outplan
outplanned
outplanning
outplans
outplant
outplants
outplay
outplayed
outplaying

Literary usage of Outplace

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1. The Christian Faith Personally Given in a System of Doctrine by Olin Alfred Curtis (1905)
"Because of this intrinsic personal eagerness, there is divine motive to outplace objects of actual expression. But this motive is purely personal, ..."

2. Josef Holbrooke and His Work by George Lowe (1920)
"... says "Conductors now are so full of conceit that they wish to give some stupendous reading of a well-known work which will outplace Nikisch or Safonoff. ..."

3. Old Southwark and Its People by William Rendle (1878)
"The leper was to sit by the gate at the outskirts : in one notice of the thirteenth century he is to go, within fifteen days, to some outplace or fields, ..."

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